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Albuquerque, New Mexico: Walter and Skylar White's House - Breaking Bad

Nondescript house in a suburban neighborhood was a "Breaking Bad" location, home of Walter and Skylar White. Private home. In Oct. 2017 its owners fenced off the property to thwart fans from throwing pizzas onto the roof.

3828 Piermont Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM
East side of road. Stay on public street, and don't bother the homeowners. Homeowner is known to yell at visitors.
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Breaking Bad exterior house.

Walter and Skylar White's House - Breaking Bad

January 2021. A chilly 35 degrees at 7 am on a Sunday morning... and the homeowner is still outside, ready to yell at Breaking Bad fans who just want to snap a fun photo in front of the famous house from the show. We did not disturb her, and kept on driving. She could make some money by selling swag, maybe blue rock candy in baggies. Or charge $20 for a photo in the driveway. Have that house paid off, hire private security, and go enjoy life somewhere else! Cool stop.

[JL, 01/24/2021]

The demonstrative homeowner seems unaware she's become a magnetic part of this attraction.

Walter White House

Here is what you get from the homeowner when you visit the "Breaking Bad" Walter White House... we tried to be very respectful, stay in the street, and ask permission first. She cussed us out and called my minor daughter a whore for taking a selfie in the street. I hope her miserable life gets better.

[Jim Daigle, 09/13/2020]

Breaking Bad exterior shooting location.

Walter White House

The lady there waits for tour groups and fans to come by so she can cuss at them at the top of her lungs. Funny!

[Jim, 09/10/2020]

The homeowner's 2017 6-ft. tall fence and traffic cone arrangement has succeeded in confining Breaking Bad selfie seekers to the other side of the street.

Walter and Skylar White's House - Breaking Bad

Watch out for the owner if you have kids. We stopped by after visiting the candy lady for a quick photo and she was all too excited to jump out of her chair and start swearing and flipping us off as she filmed us. It made for a very funny and entertaining stop.

[Adam, 04/28/2019]

In part due to the pizza-thrown-on-roof fad, the private home is fenced, with traffic cones discouraging parking in front. A sign reads: "Take your pictures from across the street. Do not disturb us." The owners sometimes sit in the shade of the garage and watch for Breaking Bad pilgrims.

Walter and Skylar White's House - Breaking Bad

The owner is really not happy about the popularity of the house. There is a sign that says to take your pictures from across the street. There is also a fence surrounding the house. The lady, who I assume was the owner, was sitting outside. She took a photo of our vehicle, said it was "just a house" and to get over it and followed that up with a very loud "dumbass."

[Melissa J, 04/03/2019]

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