Jersey Buzz: Iconic Newark home used as Uncle Junior's house in 'Sopranos’ hits the market for $579,000

Looking to own a piece of "Sopranos" history? The home on Highland Avenue in the Forest Hill section is on sale for $579,000.

Lanette Espy

Jun 26, 2024, 11:53 AM

Updated 21 days ago

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If you lost the bid on the iconic “Soprano’s” booth from the infamous end scene, you may still have a chance of living in Tony’s Soprano’s world.
A home in Newark that was used as Uncle Junior's house in “The Sopranos” has hit the market. The iconic home on Highland Avenue in the Forest Hill section is on sale for $579,000.
Scenes filmed at the home included one where Tony Soprano dug up the yard to look for money his uncle claimed was buried there.


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