Joe Pesci Is Selling His New Jersey Mansion For $6.5 Million

By on November 14, 2019 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Actor Joe Pesci is currently in the midst of a return to the screen in old friend Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, but evidently that's not the only big change in the actor's life of late. reports that Pesci has listed his longtime home in Lavallette, New Jersey, for $6.5 million.

The Pesci mansion has eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms spread across more than 7,200 square feet of interior space. And according to its official real estate listing it's not just its size that sets it apart from a typical home:

"Celebrity owned West Point Island Custom Contemporary waterfront home has it all. This waterfront home has every imaginable upgrade and includes a private elevator, open floor plan, spectacular master bedroom suite that includes a private balcony a luxury bathroom, and private office. This magnificent home proudly sits on the Bay and is a short bike ride to the ocean, it also stunningly blends interior and exterior to create an entertaining showplace and also offers a tranquil retreat like setting. To finish off this luxury home we have 7 additional bedrooms, 7 full baths and a beautiful patio that surrounds a heated pool with spa on a private double lot that includes a deep-water bulkhead. Nothing like this is on the market today and should not be missed!"

Pesci reportedly purchased the house back in 1994, and it's the kind of home that his character in Home Alone would have dreamed about robbing. You can take a look for yourself in the video below, courtesy of realtor Mike Duffy:

As you can see in the slideshow above, it's not the kind of listing that shies away from its famous owner, and the multitude of posters and other mementos from his famous Hollywood career are highly visible throughout the house, with virtually every film the actor ever appeared in represented somewhere inside. Presumably, Pesci will be taking that stuff with him to his new digs, since they don't appear to be included in the asking price.

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