The childhood home of Ringo Starr is up for auction.
The former Beatle lived at 10, Admiral Grove in Toxteth, until he was 21.
The two-bed Victorian terrace property was a regular haunt for the Fab Four in their younger days.
The property still attracts fans daily as it is part of the official Beatles Tour and Margaret Gorse, the tenant who had lived at the property for 37 years, was always happy to invite people in to have a look inside the house until her death last year.
The auction will be held at the Cavern Club on Thursday 24th March and the house has a guide price of £55,000.