Well, it looks like Uncle Junior’s from the hit TV show The Sopranos is on the market in Newark, New Jersey. This single-family, four-bedroom is located at 380 Highland Ave and listed at $585,000 big ones.
NJ.com has reported that this house is almost 5,0oo square feet and still has a lot of original features including the wood flooring. A lot of great scenes took place at this house, mostly in seasons 1 and 6.
If you recall when Tony Soprano played by the awesome James Gandolfini who by the way is a Jersey native, was digging in the backyard around the garden cause he was looking for lost money that Uncle Junior said he buried in the backyard and Tony said “I’m halfway to China and there is nothing here!” or the neighbor doing laundry and hanging it out to dry and Tony sees the neighbor saying ” The Moles huh… They chewing into your sprinkler lines too ?’
Uncle Junior at this point in the show played by none other and great actor Dominic Chianese was given the role of having dementia and also shot Tony Soprano in the stomach where the Uncle Junior ran and hid in his closet upstairs while Tony crawls over to the phone to call 911.
This house most definitely has a lot of memories. The history of the house is it has had a bunch of numerous of real-life owners and was built back in 1927.
I think if you buy the house or are interested in it, I would continue to pick up where Tony Soprano left off and check the garden not for the moles chewing on the sprinkler system but look for that cash and invite me over for some of that “Gabagool!!”
Plus, I’m sure it’s not too far from the Bada Bing too. Thanks for reading and thank you for always rocking out with 95.9 The Rat- Gotts
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