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.]
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• Rent Frank Underwood's Townhome For $7,500/Month [Curbed DC]