HOUSTON – The home astronaut Neil Armstrong lived in while he worked for NASA is now for sale.
The four-bedroom house located in El Lago outside of Houston was built in 1964 and was owned by Armstrong until 1971, according to realtors listing the property.
Front exterior of the former Armstrong home. (Courtesy: The Loken Group)
Armstrong and his family lived in the home during both the Gemini 8 mission and the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The first man to walk on the moon left NASA shortly after the Apollo 11 mission and moved back to his home state of Ohio where he lived until his death in 2012.
Interior of the former Armstrong home. (Courtesy: The Loken Group)
The house is listed for $375,000 and while the owners say they’ve updated the kitchen and flooring, they have “…been diligent to maintain the unique character and charm of the home."
Back exterior of the former Armstrong home. (Courtesy: The Loken Group)
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Scroll below to see snapshots of Armstrong and his family— a few of the images were taken outside the former Armstrong home around the time of the moon landing.
Portrait of Neil Armstrong, Apollo II astronaut on Jan. 11, 1969. (AP Photo/Ed Kolenovsky)
In this July 16, 1969 file photo, from right, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin walk to the van that will take the crew to the launchpad at Kennedy Space Center on Merritt Island, Florida. (AP Photo/File)
Mrs. Jan Armstrong registers pleasure over a picture of her husband, Apollo 11 commander, Neil Armstrong, taken during a telecast from the spacecraft and beamed back to earth, July 18, 1969. In the rear seat is son, Mark, 6. (AP Photo)
Dean Armstrong, brother of Astronaut Neil Armstrong, puts the flag in place at the Neil Armstrong home near the Manned Spacecraft Center, July 21, 1969, Houston, Tex. Dean, from Anderson, Ind., is a house guest while his brother is making history by landing and walking on the moon with his fellow astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin. (AP Photo)
This July 21, 1969 photo made available by NASA shows Tranquility Base and the U.S. flag from a window on the Lunar Module as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin prepare for liftoff from the surface of the moon. (NASA via AP)
Mark Armstrong, six-year-old son of Apollo 11 Astronaut Neil Armstrong, picks up the morning paper at the family home near the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas on July 20, 1969. Headlines proclaim the big day for all the world when his dad is scheduled to be the first man to set foot on the moon. (AP Photo)
Mrs. Neil Armstrong, wife of the command pilot of the Apollo 11 spaceflight crew met with newsmen and neighbors in Houston, Texas on July 21, 1969 after the successful landing of the lunar module on the moon. (AP Photo)
Eric Armstrong, whose dad, Neil A. Armstrong is flight commander of Apollo 11 and the first man destined to walk on the moon, puts a flag in the standard at the family home near the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas on July 17, 1969. (AP Photo)
Eric “Ricky” Armstrong, 12, whose dad, Apollo 11 flight commander Neil Armstrong, is on his way to the moon, leaps to the ground after putting the flag in place at their home near the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas on July 19, 1969. (AP Photo)
In this July 20, 1969 photo made available by NASA, flight controllers work in the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center during the Apollo 11 lunar extravehicular activity. The television monitor shows astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon. (NASA via AP)
Mrs. Jan Armstrong, wife of Apollo 11 commander, Neil Armstrong, and their two children, Mark, 6, and Eric, 12, talk with newsmen outside their home near the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas on July 24, 1969 after the splashdown. (AP Photo)
Mark Armstrong, 2½ -year-old son of Astronaut and Mrs. Neil A. Armstrong wipes away a tear as his mother carries him through the backyard gate of their home in suburban El Lago on March 15, 1966 in Space Center, Houston. The little boy opened the gate and was getting ready to take a stroll when his mother spied him and returned him to the fenced yard. (AP Photo/TWP)
Mrs. Neil Armstrong, whose husband became the first man to step on the moon, receives mail at her home near the Space Center, Houston, Tex., on July 22, 1969 as the Apollo 11 astronauts continued their flight back to earth. (AP Photo)
Mrs. Jan Armstrong, wife of Apollo 11 spaceflight commander, Neil A. Armstrong, holds their youngest son, Mark, 6, by the hand as they leave home near the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas on July 12, 1969 to go shopping. The Armstrong family and other families of the Apollo 11 crew maintained regular household routine as the astronauts began their final phase of countdown before the scheduled launch on Wednesday. (AP Photo/JRT)