Jesse Pinkman’s Breaking Bad Spanish mission-style pad just hit the market for $1.6 million. Filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the two-story home played a central role in the hit show as the location of several key scenes between co-stars Brian Cranston and Aaron Paul. Although the show is off the air, it continues to draw a cult following, helping account for the high level of interest the house has already received.
Located off Historic Route 66, this classic Spanish Colonial revival home resides in the historic Albuquerque Country Club neighborhood. Built by the celebrated Leon Watson and constructed of hollow clay tile, this completely renovated home incorporates the depth and detail of craftsmanship and charm only seen in historic homes, but with all of the modern day conveniences.The doors, windows, chimneys, and fireplaces are framed with stonework, anchored by original wood floors that provide richness. The approx. 3,500 square foot, 4 bedroom home enjoys the luxuries of a grand master suite and a gourmet kitchen that retains its authentic design.
Memorabilia of the series has always been in high demand—an online auction brought in over $10,000 for Walter White’s underwear and over $65,000 for an inscribed Leaves of Grass book. Truly, a once in a lifetime opportunity to own not only a luxury home in a highly desirable location, but to own a key piece of the series which will be forever cemented in history.
322 16th St SW is offered at $1.6 million by Alicia Feil & Susan Feil of Coldwell Banker Legacy.