Tony Soprano's House Goes up for Sale — Find out How You Could Own a Piece of TV History
The sprawling New Jersey home in which the mobster lived with wife Carmela (Edie Falco) and kids Meadow (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) and A.J. (Robert Iler) is officially up for purchase, with a hefty price. The New York Times made the announcement in a piece with the home's actual owners Patti and Victor Recchia, who've owned the home for 32 years, since it was built in 1987.
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Fans will easily recognize the exteriors, which were used year-after-year during production. Interiors have changed a bit since the pilot shot on location — future interior scenes were filmed on a soundstage at Silvercup Studios in Queens, where reproductions of the Recchias' home were used.
Right now, the home, which is around 5,600 square feet, is on sale with a starting price of $3.4 million. The hefty amount is a little steeper than surrounding homes in the North Caldwell, New Jersey, neighborhood, where the houses range in the price of $1.5 and 2 million.
The estate includes a main house with four bedrooms, four full baths and a powder room along with two two-car garages. There's also a separate one-bedroom guest house on the property.
In the pilot episode, fans met a Tony Soprano who picked up his paper in a bathrobe and waded into the backyard pool to swim with ducks. Don't miss your chance to live a similarly good life at his home. The Recchias are allowing qualified bidders to make them an offer they can't refuse via [email protected] through Friday, June 21.
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