The house where the historic Selma-to-Montgomery march was planned in the movie "Selma" is for sale for $499,000. The movie, which depicts Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for civil rights through a massive march, us up for the 2015 Academy Award for best picture.
While the real house is in Selma, AL, the movie home is in Atlanta. "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," according to
According to Zillow, the real King stayed in the house house while he was planning the march. "He met with civil rights leaders Andrew Young, John Lewis and James Bevel in its breakfast nook and at its dining room table. He wrote sermons and had phone conversations with President Johnson in its bedrooms and, on March 15, 1965, he sat in its living room watching the president announce the drafting of the Voting Rights Act." – Zillow