Monday, September 30, 2013

Sorry, You Can't Buy Walter White's House From 'Breaking Bad'

There's plenty of "Breaking Bad" props you can buy to prove your super-fan cred. Unfortunately, the house that stands in as the residence of Walter White isn't one of them — so you're just going to have to find another roof to fling a pizza onto. Fran and Louie Padilla, who have lived in the house in Albuquerque, N.M., since 1973, say it's not for sale. The house, visited by more than 1,000 people in the month leading up to the "Breaking Bad" finale, has an estimated value of somewhere between $150,000 to $200,000. But even if you offer the Padillas the millions in cash you've stashed in the desert, they say the memories they've made there are too priceless to give up. The house doesn't look how you'd expect it to on the inside anyway: All the interior scenes of "Breaking Bad" are shot on a soundstage, which Fran says is "hideous" compared to her beautiful home. 

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