The home where Martin Luther King Jr. planned his historic Selma-to-Montgomery march is for sale — or at least, the movie version is.
For $499,000, you can buy the bungalow in Atlanta that portrayed the "Jackson house" in the Oscar-nominated film "Selma." It has five bedrooms and three baths, plus an office with its own private entrance. A spacious master suite includes a claw-foot bathtub, and the home has a covered porch.
The listing includes photos showing how the home looks now and how it was staged for the movie, in which Kent Faulcon plays dentist and MLK friend Sullivan "Sully" Jackson and Niecy Nash plays his wife, Richie Jean Jackson.