Tony Soprano’s New Jersey home from popular television series The Sopranos is up for sale
Tony Soprano’s home from the hit television series The Sopranos has hit the market, giving every superfan of the show the chance of a lifetime.
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Located in North Caldwell, New Jersey, the four-bedroom home featured prominently in the HBO series over its six seasons, and was used as both a destination for filming and inspiration for studio sets.
The backyard should be most recognisable as it was used on numerous occasions as the backdrop for many of Tony’s panic attacks, while who could forget those resident ducks in the pool.
There was even a real bear in the yard for one particular scene.
The home is on the market 20 years after the show aired and has a starting price of $US3.4 million.
The current owner has lived in the home for 32 years, with a stone fireplace, chandelier and stainless steel appliances just some of the prominent features. There is also a detached one-bedroom guesthouse and four bathrooms.
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The house is a hot spot for fans of the series, while it was also reportedly one of 150 homes that were initially considered to feature in the show.
If you are keen to make an offer, you will have to contact the owners, The Recchia family, directly.