Home of Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman can be yours for €1.4m in Albuquerque
Published 29/07/2015 | 11:13
The house made famous by Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman has been placed on the market in Albuquerque, New Mexico but fans might be disappointed to find that a “meth lab is not included”.
The luxurious home has been targeted at hardcore fans of the critically acclaimed show and agents have launched a website with the intention of attracting interest of TV lovers.
The four bedroom, 3500sqft home was involved in many scenes in the AMC hit, most notably the season one stand-out where Jesse tried to dispose of a body in an acid-filled bathtub but instead melted through the ceiling below.
The house, which is more upmarket than the dive lived in by Breaking Bad’s villain Walter White and family, has recently been renovated but retains the historical features and clay tiles it once did.
The 20th century house features rolling gardens and intricate brickwork as one enters the home and is largely open plan with wood panelled ceilings.
Although the home went into disarray in the final seasons of the hit show as Jesse’s decline into methamphetamine grew stronger prospective buyers need not be wary as many of those scenes were filmed on studio sets.
Breaking Bad fans have been known for their true dedication to memorabilia and in the past a pair of underwear owned by Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston) were sold in an auction for more than €10,000.