Another iconic TV home is up for sale, and this time it's in the great state of New Jersey. The iconic fictional home of Tony Soprano on HBO's The Sopranos is listed by homeowners Patti and Victor Recchia for a cool $3.4 million—although usually the homes in the area go for anywhere between $1.5 and 2 million, according to The New York Times. Because of it's pop culture chops, the homeowners decided to up the price of this NJ abode.
"Those things can be quantified," Mr. Recchia—whose company, Fourth Generation Construction, built the home—told The New York Times. "But I don’t think you can quantify the intrinsic value of this home."
Scenes from the pilot episode were actually filmed inside of the home, mainly in the kitchen area, pool, and back patio (where Tony Soprano famously swam with ducks and had a panic attack).
The home often gets diehard fans visiting for photo ops—especially ones wearing a bathrobe and retrieving the morning paper—and also served as a vigil spot for James Gandolfini when he passed away from a heart attack in 2013.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 5,600 square foot home sits on almost two acres of land in North Caldwell, New Jersey and was built in 1987. In lieu of working with a real estate agent on the home, the homeowners are asking those interested to submit their offers and proof of funds by June 21st to the email address.
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