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The household residence of fictional mob boss Tony Soprano has hit the market, 20 years after the critically acclaimed tv collection first aired.
Patti and Victor Recchia have listed their New Jersey home for $three.four million (£2.7m), the New York Occasions studies.
Actual property worth web site Zillow estimates its worth at $1.63m however the homeowners reportedly suppose the property’s Hollywood standing will enhance demand.
Set on greater than 5,600 sq ft, it has 4 bedrooms and 4 loos.
The Sopranos was an enormous success with critics and audiences alike and ran for six seasons between 1999 and 2007.
It drove the success of the US subscription channel HBO, which subsequently developed collection like Curb Your Enthusiasm, Sport of Thrones and The Wire.
Now followers of The Sopranos and its New Jersey patriarch – performed by the late James Gandolfini – have an opportunity to purchase the house the place many scenes had been set.
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The New York Occasions studies the solid and crew filmed on the home between 30 and 50 occasions, together with the present’s pilot episode.
Subsequent shoots passed off at a duplicate studio stage however the manufacturing workforce returned to movie scenes all through the programme’s run.
It has since develop into an unofficial vacationer spot. A Fb web page for the house has lots of of likes and greater than 1,000 visits.
events reportedly have till 21 June to submit presents to the couple.
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Media captionJames Gandolfini, who died in 2013, in his award-winning position as Tony Soprano