BOISE, Idaho — (Note: The video of the house in the story above is courtesy Hanson Media)
Idaho native Aaron Paul is selling his $1.3 million Boise home, the first home the television star ever purchased in the City of Trees.
The over two-thousand square foot home features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, an indoor thermal swimming pool and 54 french windows and doors, all in a mid-century modern design.
The home, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and designed by world-renowned architect Art Troutner, is located in the East End area of Boise, on Warm Springs Avenue.
According to the listing, "'The Klein House' is one of Troutner's most acclaimed and sought after homes." The home sits on a 1/3 acre lot with a sprawling back yard.
In a tweet posted yesterday, the celebrity said while it kills him to say goodbye to the house, "it's time."
The three-time Emmy winner from Emmett, best known for his roles in "Breaking Bad" and "El Camino", is currently starring in season four of "Westworld" on HBO.
Aaron Paul's Boise house
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