Are there any hardcore "Breaking Bad" fans still mourning the loss of the popular AMC drama? Well, if you have $1.6 million to spare you might be able to alleviate the pain by buying a piece of the show's history -- Jesse Pinkman's house.

The home of the fan favorite meth dealer, played by Aaron Paul, went on the market Tuesday in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with a listing price of $1.6 million, according to Entertainment Weekly. The Spanish colonial revival is two stories, spans a spacious 3,500 square feet, and includes four bedrooms, two porches and original wood floors, as well as stone-framed doors, windows, chimneys and fireplaces.

Viewers will remember the house from more than a few classic scenes over the course of the show's five seasons, including an unfortunate mishap while trying to decompose a body in a bathtub with acid and those wild, drug-fueled parties that Jesse used to throw. The iconic residence sits at 322 16th Street SW in Albuquerque.

Watch Jesse Pinkman moving into the house in "Breaking Bad" Season 3 below:

Realtor pair Susan Feil and Alicia Feil Peterson of Experience Albuquerque are behind the sale of the house and are pulling out all of the stops to appeal to diehard "Breaking Bad" fans. The mother-daughter team launched a website,, and corresponding social media pages specifically for the Jesse Pinkman home sale. In addition to pictures of the house's interior and details for potential buyers, the website features some cheeky references to the house's television history -- "Meth lab not included." The pair have been tweeting jokes about the house as well, hoping to drum up some hype for the famous TV home's sale. 

As for the previous tenant, Aaron Paul, the Jesse Pinkman actor has moved on to bigger and better things. The actor's Netflix animated series, "BoJack Horseman," was just renewed for a third season, according to Deadline Hollywood, following the successful release of Season 2 this month. On the show, Paul plays Todd Chavez, a slacker who has been living at BoJack Horseman's (Will Arnett) house for five years after showing up for a party and never leaving. See as "BoJack Horseman" is an animated series, fans will never get the opportunity to purchase Todd Chavez's home.