Hardcore… and wealthy… fans of The Tragically Hip now have the chance to own a piece of the band’s music history.
The house where The Hip filmed their video for “Poets” (below) can be yours for the list price of $700,000.
Notable for featuring a LOT of (well behaved) cats, the video was shot at 94 Elm Street where its owners had previously been recognized by Guinness World Records for having the highest number of cats in their home – 689 of them!
The couple were later joined in the Guinness Book of World Records by Kingstonian Henry Banks, who made 50 elbow snatches of a die in 30 seconds on October 2013, and by Queen’s University for creating the ‘Largest Human Letter’ in September 2016 (unseated the following April by the University of Tennessee)
See more in this Facebook video posted by Realestate Reimagined and check out the actual house listing for more information.
SPOTTED IN KINGSTONThe home featured in the Tragically Hip's "Poets" music video is now for sale in Kingston. The cats are all moved out, but the heart and soul the Hip brought to the property still remains. Gord and the band continue to have an astounding effect on Kingston's culture and we are proud to work on something so closely associated with their name.You can see what the house is up to here: https://realestatereimagined.ca/details/?id=19646509 and as always, let us know if you would like to view the property, we'd be happy to show you around :)#HipNation
Posted by Real Estate Reimagined on Tuesday, July 10, 2018
The Tragically Hip music video for “Poets”:
Image: Youtube screencap