The real-life Albuquerque, New Mexico, house that fictionally was owned by Jesse Pinkman on AMC’s “Breaking Bad” recently on the market! : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
For the right price, “Breaking Bad” fanatics who want to live like Jesse Pinkman (preferably as a law-abiding citizen) can do so in the real-life house that’s just gone up for sale.
The family room of the real-life house owned by fictional “Breaking Bad” character Jesse Pinkman measures approximately 376 square feet. : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
“Meth lab not included,” reads part of Coldwell Banker’s press release, first issued as an exclusive to TODAY.com.
The house was a huge part of the Breaking Bad series and is considered the first major piece of real estate used in the series to go up for sale!
This house in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was inhabited by “Breaking Bad” character Jesse Pinkman during the series’ filming. : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
In the series ‘Jessie Pinkman’, played by actor Aaron Paul purchased the home when his family decided to sell it, thus royally pissing off Pinkman’s family.
The home, featured on “Breaking Bad,” is close to Route 66 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
“Jesse, the house has been sold!” Jesse’s mother says, protesting the way he’s approaching the front door. “The new owners are expected at any moment. Where do you think you’re going?”
Retorts Jesse, “Inside. I bought the place.”
“I bought the place,” Jesse Pinkman tells his parents on “Breaking Bad,” while moving into this house in Albuquerque, New Mexico. : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
Check out inside of the Breaking Bad house!
Featured on “Breaking Bad,” this house in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was built by Leon Watson. : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
The house that Jesse Pinkman owned on “Breaking Bad” is a two-story, 3,500-square-foot building in New Mexico’s Albuquerque Country Club neighborhood. : Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
Eric Trujillo / Coldwell Banker Legacy
So there you have it! Just sell $1.6 million of blue ice and your in!