The Sopranos Mob House Up For Sale In New Jersey

The New Jersey mob house featured on "The Sopranos" is up for sale. It's the home featured in the scene where Tony Soprano gets shot by Uncle Junior. 

While the episode depicts the house to be in Belleville, it's actually on Highland Avenue in the Forest Hills section in Newark. 

The asking price is close to $580,000. That's way lower than I thought it would be! More pictures HERE!


NEWARK, NJ — Remember the “Sopranos” episode where Tony Soprano digs up a front yard in a search for $40,000 that his “Uncle Junior” said he buried after a burglary? That piece of Sopranos lore is currently available on the Essex County housing market – and it can be yours for $579,900.
That’s the listing price for 380 Highland Avenue in Newark, which was featured for many seasons in the hit HBO show, including the “Members Only” episode mentioned above, associated with Corrado John “Junior” Soprano Jr.
Located in the historic Forest Hill section of the city – just a short walk away from Branch Brook Park – the single-family home features four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a partial bathroom, bright blue kitchen cabinetry and hardwood floors. Its annual taxes come to $13,096.

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