You Can Own Tony Soprano’s NJ Mansion
Got an extra three-and-a-half million bucks lying around? You could be the new owner of Tony Soprano's old house.
The house is owned by Victor and Patti Recchia. Victor actually built the house (and several others in the neighborhood) and the family has lived there for 32 years.
Set on 1.5 acres, the house includes four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, a powder room, and twin two-car garages. There’s also a detached one-bedroom guesthouse.
The great room features a vaulted octagonal ceiling, grand chandelier, white stone fireplace, marble-countertop bar, and four-sets of French doors opening to the pool and cabana patio. The kitchen has been upgraded since the show filmed there, with white stressed cabinets, built-in fridge, and stainless steel appliances surrounding the eat-in island. The family room has built-in cabinets, a stone fireplace, a skylight, and a 'Sopranos' poster signed by cast and crew.
The Recchia family is selling this house in an odd way. Rather than using a real estate agent, they're accepting serious bids via email. Bidding starts at $3.4million, and if you've got the money, you can bid via firstname.lastname@example.org until June 21.
Forbes has a lot of pictures of the house and property.