Published Monday, 13 August 2012
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The council estate house, off the Cregagh Road in Belfast, went from being just another ordinary home to the house where George lived when he made his name as a Red Devil.
The family lived there from 1949, and George until he was 15 years old - then Manchester United manager Matt Busby snapped him up for the huge footballing success that followed.
George Best's father Dickie continued to reside there until his death in 2008 and inside the home, the pictures around the walls show a happy family - the soccer legend with his mother, Ann, who died aged in her fifties, and some snapshots of the global stardom he enjoyed.
The house was recently purchased from the Best family estate for around £100'000 by a not-for-profit foundation. Earlier plans for a museum were abandoned amid worries over sustainability.
Now, for £125 a night you too can stay there - gaining an insight into the formative years of Belfast's most famous son in the neighbourhood where he first kicked a ball.
Daniel and Teresa Lowry from Swords, Co Dublin were the first members of the public to get their hands on the keys of the former Northern Ireland International's home.
Daniel, who is a huge Manchester United fan, told UTV that he really felt "the spirit of George" while staying at the house.
"Just being under the same roof and using the same bathroom and kitchen - it seems surreal.
"It just seemed a bit highly personalised - but in a good way."