Freddy’s Restaurant From “House Of Cards” Is Up For Sale

If you’ve got $119,000 to spend and fancy a disused Baltimore shop front, this is the property for you.

1. Here’s the store, at 2601 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore.

2. Yup: Freddy’s isn’t actually in Washington, D.C.

3. In the first season, Frank Underwood would retreat there when he wanted private time.

At one point Freddy tells Frank why the ribs taste so good: They’re the result of the illegal “slow-bleed” method of slaughtering that increases suffering for the cattle. This may have a metaphorical undertone.

4. And in the second season, the shack comes to the fore.

Without wanting to give away spoilers, Freddy becomes something of a pawn in the game Frank is playing.

5. Owner Mahmut Nazli is selling it for $119,000, though its most recent valuation was $21,000.

That’s the Underwood effect right there.

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Alan White is a senior reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
 
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