House used in Sopranos TV series on the market

The home's original owners, Patti, and Victor Recchia are requesting a price of $3.4 million for the house.

You may not have to be a made man to live in Tony Soprano's house, but you'll have to put up a pretty penny.

According to the NY Times, Tony Soprano's home from the hit tv show The Sopranos is officially listed for sale and so approximately 20 years since the show's debut.

Soprano would regularly be seen on the doorstep in a robe picking up a morning paper and going up the driveway in his vehicle, while the exterior of the house featured in the opening credits.

The Sopranos was a huge success with critics and audiences alike and ran for six seasons between 1999 and 2007.

As per the NYT, the Recchias said their home has always been frequented by fans of The Sopranos.

Spanning more than 5,600 square feet, the house in the North Caldwell neighbourhood has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two two-car garages and a detached one-bedroom guesthouse.

Real estate website Zillow estimates the value of the home at around CA$2.2 million. The Sopranos pilot episode did shoot in the actual kitchen and at the pool in the back, and exterior shots were also regularly featured. However, the film crew would go to the residence to shoot scenes from outside the home. When he died in 2013, fans left flowers, candles and a bag of pasta near the curb outside the New Jersey property.

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