'Breaking Bad': Jesse Pinkman's House Hits Market for $1.6 Million

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Breaking Bad fans can own a piece of the show's history — for just $1.6 million.

The real-life home used for Jesse Pinkman's (Aaron Paul) residence hit the Albuquerque, N.M., real estate market Tuesday, its brokers told Today.

The Spanish colonial revival is two stories and 3,500 square feet. It includes four bedrooms, two porches and original wood floors. It also boasts stone-framed doors, windows, chimneys and fireplaces.

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In Breaking Bad, the home went through the dramatic wringer, with Skyler (Anna Gunn) nearly catching Jesse with a dead body in the driveway and Jesse and Walt (Bryan Cranston) watching in horror as a body, dissolved in acid, fell through the ceiling. The show initially used the real home for interior shots but ultimately built a replica to use for those parties Jesse threw in season four.

Breaking Bad spots have become tourist destinations for fans, with the owners of the famous White-family residence complaining that people throw pizzas on the roof, in homage to a famous scene from the show.