This is one listing for true TV fans — the house that was so prominently featured in the ‘Breaking Bad’ finale has hit the market for $2.475 million.
Designed in the luxury ranch style popular in New Mexico, the Albuqeurque property has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool and an attached cabana. In the final episode of ‘Breaking Bad,’ main character and chemistry-teacher-turned-drug-lord Walter White comes to the house owned by his old friends Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz and gives them $9.72 million in cash to give to White’s son in a trust fund on his 18th birthday.
Even though the show set the house in Santa Fe, the actual property is located in a gated community of Bosque, to the northwest of Albuqeurque.
At 5,900 square feet and two acres of land, the property has plenty of space — different rooms look out on the Sandia Mountains, the nearby vineyards and an aspen forest.
The house’s bleak history in the show also does nothing to portray its opulent style — the listing, which is managed by Keller Williams Realty agents Susan Feil, Alicia Feil and Jeannine DiLorenzo, says the house was inspired by world-famous architect Christian Liagre.
Over ‘Breaking Bad’s’ five-year run between 2008 and 2013, multiple properties have been featured prominently on the show — including, most famously, the unassuming house in which White raises his family. That said, DiLorenzo told Albuquerque Business First that this house’s price reflects market value and has not been affected by its appearance in ‘Breaking Bad.’