‘Big Pink’ House Used by Bob Dylan Now Available for Rent


Rent Bob Dylan's Big Pink House

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Are you a Bob Dylan fan? Here’s some news that will make you swoon.

According to a story at CNN.com, the famous “big pink” house where Dyan and The Band recorded the “Basement Tapes” in 1967, is now listed as a vacation rental at VRBO.

Located in Saugerties, New York, the house is owned by musician Don LaSala, who says that fans both young and old appreciate the historical relevance of the home.

The dormer unit, which was Levon Helm’s bunk area in the 1960s and has since been updated since Dylan hung out in the home, is available for rent for the first time this summer at $650 per night.

The basement where the song “Tears of Rage” and others were recorded is not included in the listing but is available on a case-by-case basis.

In all, the home features three bedrooms and two baths and sleeps nine. The home is located four miles from Woodstock.

The LaSalsas reportedly lived in the two-family home for years, with long-term tenants occupying the other side of the home. Just recently, the couple decided to list it as a rental.

LaSala says members of The Band have stopped by over the years and the house is frequently visited by fans and various media outlets.

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