Newark, NJ home featured in ‘The Sopranos’ can be yours for $580K

Newark, NJ home featured in ‘The Sopranos’ can be yours for $580K

June 24, 2024

All photos courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate Group

The New Jersey home of fictional mobster Tony Soprano’s uncle is for sale. The center-hall Colonial at 380 Highland Avenue in Newark appeared in the HBO show “The Sopranos” as the home of Corrado John “Junior” Soprano, the boss of the DiMeo crime family. Asking $579,900, the four-bedroom property is located in the charming neighborhood of Forest Hill, a tree-lined suburban area north of downtown Newark.

The house is prominently seen in the first episode of season six, titled “Members Only,” which aired in 2006. During the episode, Tony helps Uncle Junior, who is suffering from dementia, look for $40,000 he said he buried in the backyard 30 years ago after a burglary.

A pivotal moment in the series is also filmed at the house, but we’ll refrain from sharing it to not spoil it for the few people who haven’t watched the show yet.

Built in 1927, the home measures nearly 4,800 square feet and includes four bedrooms, three and a half baths, a cheery blue kitchen, and a two-car garage.

Bonus rooms include a home gym, attic space, and a partially finished basement. The home sits about one block from Branch Brook Park, Newark’s largest public park known for having the largest collection of cherry blossom trees in the United States.

The home was most recently listed last January for $585,000. According to the listing, annual taxes are just over $13,000 annually.

[Listing details: 380 Highland Avenue by Maikol Puebla and Licelys Omo of Christie’s International Real Estate]


All photos courtesy of Christie's International Real Estate Group

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