The musicians took over the West Saugerties, New York property, nicknamed The Big Pink, in 1966 and recorded music in the basement of the house.

The "updated Dormer unit" has been listed online for $650 (£406)-per-night, and comes with views of Overlook Mountain, fields and forest, where Dylan, Levon Helm and their bandmates sought inspiration.

The current owner is using the pad's musical history to help him get a tenant quickly, writing, "The main floor is a 2 bedroom unit with a sunroom (Rick's room - was Rick Danko's quarters), living room with sofa, writing table & chairs at the picture window, wood-stove/fireplace...", and, "It was Levon Helm's bunk area back In the late '60s".

The Basement Tapes was released in 1975 - almost a decade after the tracks were recorded. Reports suggest Dylan and The Band recorded more than 100 tracks together while living and working at The Big Pink.