If your weekend Netflix plans include a marathon binge of the AMC series "Breaking Bad," you'll be seeing a pair of homes that have come on the market in New Mexico.
In Albuquerque, a historic home used as the fictional residence for Aaron Paul's character, Jesse Pinkman, is listed for sale at $1.6 million.
Designed by architect Leon Watson and built in 1940, the Spanish Colonial Revival-style house featured prominently throughout the series, including a storyline that saw Pinkman blackmail his parents to purchase the home at a reduced price.
Set on a corner lot of more than a quarter-acre, the two-story home is distinguished by arched windows and doorways, a stone fireplace and original wood floors. Some 3,500 square feet of living space includes four bedrooms, an updated kitchen and a familiar step-down living room set beneath cathedral-style ceilings.
Spoiler alert: The other "Breaking Bad" house up for grabs is the fictional home of characters Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz, played by Adam Godley and Jessica Hecht, where part of the season finale played out.
Listed for $2.65 million, the contemporary compound where Walter White's former colleagues lived the good life sits behind gates on two acres in the North Valley area of Albuquerque.
Interiors with light hardwood floors and beamed ceilings include a great room with a wall fireplace, formal living and dining rooms and a center-island kitchen in about 6,500 square feet of space.
Large picture windows and glass doors take in landscaped grounds containing a swimming pool with a raised spa.
Susan C. Feil and Alicia Feil Peterson of Coldwell Banker Legacy share both listings.
Created and produced by Vince Gilligan, "Breaking Bad" centered on chemistry teacher-turned-meth manufacturer Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston, and his partner Pinkman, played by Paul.
The series ran for five seasons from 2008-2013, earning more than a dozen Primetime Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards.