At least once an episode, Kevin Spacey’s duplicitous Frank Underwood character turns up for a solo meal at Freddy’s – a hole-in-the-wall rib joint where he is inevitably and mysteriously the only customer. Although many of House of Cards’ Baltimore locations are well known — the Underwood’s Georgetown townhouse in Bolton Hill, Zoe’s apartment on Preston Street, Tusk’s home in Roland Park — the exact location of Freddy’s Ribs has remained a mystery. Until now.
Recently spotted on real estate website Trulia, this location at 2601 Greenmount Avenue is, for sure, Freddy’s. And best of all, it’s for sale.
Cost of a rundown, two-story Baltimore rowhouse? $119,000. Owning a piece of television history? Priceless.
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