“Power is a lot like real estate. It’s all about location, location, location. The closer you are to the source, the higher your property value,” said Frank Underwood, from the political drama House of Cards, whose home (in the movie) is being auctioned presently for $500,000.
The location of the house according to the show is Washington D.C. but it is actually found in Baltimore, Maryland.
“Featured in the hit Netflix series House of Cards as Francis & Claire’s Home this grand all brick Victorian style home has been carefully restored and updated with original details throughout,” the listing declares. “The home features over 4,600 square feet of above grade living area, 12+ foot ceilings, 5 fireplaces, original Tennesee mable mantles, dual staircases, original pocket doors with etched glass and transoms, a 3 story light well which lets light and breeze into the whole house, a rear patio, and oversized 2 car garage with a roof top deck.”
The home, whose address is 1609 Park Ave. in Baltimore, contains a family room, living room, main level living room and dining room filled with butler’s pantry.
The home contains three other levels; rear patio, a two car garage and a rooftop deck.
The Victorian home was built in 1880.
Note that the auction will be live on spot, and will take place on July 27, online bids will not be received.