Iconic Sopranos Home on Sale for $3.4 Million
It has been 12 years now since the iconic American TV show Sopranos aired its final episode, but it has remained etched on people’s consciousness the world over.
Now lovers of the show with $3.4 million to spare can buy the ultimate Sopranos memento in the form of Tony Sopranos' very own residence, after the real life home was put on the market.
The luxurious house spans 5,600-square-foot across 1.46 acres of land and boasts four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, two garages and a separate guest house – all complete with lavish décor and a range of amenities.
There’s a vaulted octagonal ceiling, a grand chandelier, a white stone fireplace, a marble-countertop bar, and four-sets of French doors among its sumptuous features.
Speaking about the property, the current owner Victor Recchia said, “I’m proud of its meticulous construction. I’m grateful for the years of joy, shelter and great delight this home has given our family and friends over the years.”
Although the hit HBO show ended back in 2007, fans have frequently visited the site since then. Proposals from interested buyers are currently open and will be accepted via mail until 21 June.