You, too, can live in Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan’s childhood home. (Strat not included.)

It doesn’t mean that you will be able to play “Pride and Joy” or “Couldn’t Stand the Weather,” but you, too, can live in the childhood home of Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

The  1,100-square-foot, 2-1 house at 2557 Glenfield Ave. in the Dallas neighborhood of Oak Cliff is listed at $159,900.

As noted by the fine people at the Oak Cliff Advocate, the house has “fresh paint, a big patio and privacy fence, hardwood floors and new heating.”

Now, I am nobody’s expert in Dallas zoning (indeed, I know nothing about it at all), but for $160,000, this seems like an ideal amount for a deep-pocked Dallas music nerd to snap it up and start the Stevie Ray’s Childhood Home Museum.

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