Iconic ‘Sopranos’ Newark Home Listed for $579K — Own a Piece of TV History

Iconic ‘Sopranos’ Newark Home Listed for $579K — Own a Piece of TV History

WFCN – Ever had the desire to live in Tony Soprano’s world? Here is your opportunity.

The fictitious mob leader on HBO’s “The Sopranos” dug up the yard of a historic Newark home in an attempt to reclaim $40,000, and it’s on the market. For just $579,900, you can have it all.

As the residence of Corrado John “Junior” Soprano Jr., popularly known as Uncle Junior, in several episodes of the popular series, this Essex County property was a star in and of itself.

The house has 3,000 square feet or so of space.

Iconic ‘Sopranos’ Newark Home Listed for $579K — Own a Piece of TV History


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The real house is at 380 Highland Avenue in Newark’s beautiful Forest Hill neighborhood; it is not to be confused with the one seen on Watsessing Avenue in Belleville.

One of the most famous scenes features Tony futilely scouring the yard for money that Junior had falsely said was hidden there. This leads to a funny conversation about moles with a neighbor.

Later in the show, Junior shoots Tony in the abdomen after becoming confused and thinking he is an old enemy. Junior then runs away while Tony tries to get 911. A sequence of bizarre episodes starring Tony’s alter ego, Kevin Finnerty, are set off by this incident.

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Relisted on the market, the residence was last sold for $420,000 in 2019.

This delightful single-family home is located next to the expansive Branch Brook Park and features gleaming hardwood floors, brilliant blue kitchen cabinets, four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a partial bathroom. Every year in taxes? a whopping $13,096.

Situated on a corner site, this center-hall colonial home, worth approximately 3,000 square feet, was constructed in 1927. It is a true gem of a property.

A dining area, an additional den or office off the living room, and an upgraded kitchen are all located inside.

Christie’s International Real Estate agents Maikol Puebla and Licelys Olmo are the listed agents.

Also for sale last year was Uncle Junior’s crib, which was listed for $585,000. Not to mention the other well-known residences from the show, which have also been included in the past: Tony Soprano and Johnny Sack’s houses in the Caldwells.

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