The Harrison family moved into 25 Upton Green when George was just six.
The three bedroom terraced house in the heart of Speke where George Harrison grew up is set to be sold at auction.
George moved into the terraced house when he was just six years old, and remained there until the 1960s.
It was during his time at the house that George met Paul and John, and the three held some of their first rehearsals.
The three bedroom family home still bears some of the period features from when the Harrisons were residents including its bath, sink, some original doors, hanging rails in wardrobes and outbuildings complete with original doors and decor.
Paul Fairweather, Auctioneer of Omega Auctions said: “It’s truly an honour to have a chance to sell a property which played an important role in the early career of the Beatles.
“George will have learned to play the guitar in this house and the photos of the group gathering there in the early 1960s are amazing to see.
“We think it’s a steal at £160k, especially with the ‘Get Back’ film due out soon and the option coming up to apply for a blue plaque at the property. We can’t wait to see how it goes. ”
Jonathan Brown, heritage and tourism consultant, said: “The city has become nonchalant toward the legacy of The Beatles. The homes where George, Paul, John and Ringo grew up in are touchstones that we should honour.
“Lets remember The Beatles changed lives and changed the world.”
The auction is set to take place later this month and the property is expected to attract bids of around £160,000.