New Jersey mini-mansion in which mob boss Tony Soprano held meetings with his “family,” is now for sale.
The home, located in North Caldwell, can now be yours for an estimated price of $3.4 million and above. The owners, Patti and Victor Recchia, listed the home for sale, which coincides the 20th anniversary of the iconic TV show’s premiere in January 1999.
The mansion sits on an impressive 1.6-acre lot and features four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a powder room; two two-car garages; and a detached one-bedroom guesthouse.
The home was built in 1987 by Fourth Generation Construction, which is run by Victor Recchia; the couple has lived there since then.
BBC News reports that its real estate value is ‘at $1.63m’ but ‘the owners reportedly think the property’s Hollywood status will boost demand’.