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Frank Underwood’s home is on the auction block for $500K

As seen on Netflix’s House of Cards

All photos via Alex Cooper Auctioneers, Inc.

As seen on Netflix’s hit TV series, House of Cards, Francis and Claire Underwood’s townhome will be up for grabs, starting July 27 with an opening bid of $500,000. While set in Washington, D.C. in the show, the home is, of course, actually located in Baltimore, Maryland.

According to the Alex Cooper Auctioneers, Inc. website, the all-brick Victorian home has been restored and updated over the years since it was constructed in 1880. Inside the 4,600-square-foot home, there are original pocket doors with etched glass, a three-story light well, and six fireplaces, three of which have original Tennesee marble mantles.

The home also offers a rear patio, a two-car garage with a rooftop deck, and brand new AC units. On the main level, a butler’s pantry is included, while the two upper levels boast three bedrooms, a skylight, and a sitting room.

At one time, this home was “available” on HotPads as a joke. This auction is the real deal, though. Be sure to get more details on the Alex Cooper Auctioneers, Inc. website here.

1609 Park Avenue [Alex Cooper Auctioneers, Inc.]

1609 Park Avenue [Redfin]

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