Is Meth Lab Included In Breaking Bad Home For Sale?
Breaking Bad may have finished its six-season run in 2013, but fans of the show still can’t get enough of it.
Now, those same fans can own two properties prominently featured in the AMC-TV series Breaking Bad as Jesse Pinkman’s house went on the market in late July.
Pinkman – played by actor Aaron Paul – purchased the iconic home during the third season of Breaking Bad. In the scene, Pinkman strolls to the front door of the home past his prying parents. When asked where he was going, he famously replied he was going inside. “I bought the place,” Pinkman said.
The place Paul’s character is referring to is a two-story home listed for $1.6 million. The Breaking Bad home is approximately 3,500 square feet and has four bedrooms. Other amenities include an updated HVAC system and a gourmet kitchen. The property is located in the Albuquerque Country Club area.
To promote the home, realtors Susan Feil and Alicia Feil Peterson – a mother-daughter team – created a website with information about the Albuquerque, N.M. property. The site features more than a dozen pictures in and around the home as well as information about the neighborhood the future owners will enjoy.
Breaking the news on Today earlier this week, realtor Alicia said this Spanish Colonial home offers someone an once-in-a-lifetime property.
“The owners contacted us because we have a reputation for doing real estate in Albuquerque and marking unique properties. They thought that this was definitely going to be a unique opportunity that would appeal to a variety of buyers, not just in our market, but globally.”
As for the meth lab featured in Breaking Bad, it’s not included, according to a press release by the real estate company. The home was not used to film any of the parties or powerful scenes that took place in Breaking Bad. So the hole that was created when Jesse used acid to dispose of a body isn’t there, either.
If Pinkman’s place isn’t what you’re looking to own from the Breaking Bad collection of houses, another home is on the market that appeared in the series finale. Located in Albuquerque’s North Valley, it’s the home where Bryan Cranston’s character Walter White threatened an acquaintance with two fake assassins. This home is a little pricier than Pinkman’s home at $2.65 million.
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