"Breaking Bad" fans, listen up. Nows your chance to get a closer look at that, and it's even more luxe than we remembered. The Albuquerque, New Mexico mansion just hit the market on realtor.com, and it's total real estate porn. Seriously, it might be NSFW.
In case you forgot, let's take a quick trip down memory lane. The home belonged to Walter White's science parter from college, Elliot Schwartz. Schwartz and his wife made their dough as co-owners of Gray Matter Technologies, which Walter's research was being used as the basis of. Super shady. In the series finale, Walter confronts the couple at their home, giving them one final chance to "make it right." Up to speed now? K, cool.
You only got glimpses of the modern beauty on TV, but IRL, it's pretty epic. It's a whopping 5,900-square feet, with four bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and sits on 2 acres. In true sleek, modern style, the home features walls of glass, which make it feel even lighter and airier, and has a pool and cabana with a full kitchen outside.
But arguably the coolest part of it all is being able to say your house was in "Breaking Bad," which you can do for a casual $2.5 million.
See the full listing at realtor.com.
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