Do you ever feel like you got into something right at the end? That’s how Tony Soprano — a second generation mafioso tasked with running a New Jersey crime family — felt about his job throughout the entire run of HBO’s The Sopranos. For Tony, the walls were always closing in, and it was impossible to know if that was because the age of the organized crime was ending or because he had no coping methods for the anxiety that comes with living such an immoral life. If only Tony Soprano could’ve tied up his conscious and thrown it in the trunk, you know what I mean?
And like Tony Soprano always did, the owners of the real-life house in which Tony and his family lived in on The Sopranos have to feel like their time is coming to an end (in a much less morbid way). The couple living in the New Jersey home that stood in for Tony Soprano’s domicile, Patti and Victor Recchia, has put it up for sale.
For some Sopranos fans, the chance to own the house where Tony met those baby ducks and had panic attacks at the grill might be too good to pass up. But there’s more to being Tony Soprano than buying his house.
Read on to learn about our plan to not only buy this house but make it pay for itself. And like Tony Soprano’s business dealings, it’s all completely legitimate.