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Tony Soprano's house

Filming Location in Caldwell, New Jersey

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Tony Soprano's house

This is Tony Soprano's house.

It is situated at 14 Aspen Drive in Caldwell, New Jersey.

Throughout most of the series, Tony lives at this mansion in North Caldwell, New Jersey, with his wife Carmela and their two children, Meadow and A.J.

Besides "the Bada Bing!" and Satriale's, this is one of the most important locations in the show. Fans will remember how most seasons opened with Tony sauntering down the driveway in his bathrobe to collect the morning newspaper.

A number of key events happen here.

In the pilot episode, Tony suffered a panic attack and passed out while he was barbecuing sausages in the backyard. This event rattled him so much that he reluctantly agreed to attend therapy sessions with Dr. Jennifer Melfi.

In Season 3, the FBI placed the Soprano family and their maid under surveillance so that they could bug the house while it was empty. After some "technical difficulties", they eventually managed to install a listening device in a lamp in the basement.

Tony and Carmela separated at the end of Season 4 after she learned about his affair with his mother's former nurse, Svetlana Kirilenko. Following their split, Tony left their home on Aspen Drive and started living at his mother's old house.

In the episode "Two Tonys" in Season 5, a large black bear wandered onto the property and terrified A.J. so much that he froze and started crying out for Carmella.

In the following season, A.J. became so depressed that he tried to drown himself in the family pool. Luckily, his life was saved after Tony showed up at the right moment and found him desperately clinging to the diving board.

Tony Soprano house address

The address and the GPS coordinates for this location are as follows:


14 Aspen Drive, Caldwell, New Jersey, NJ 07006, USA


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GPS coordinates

The latitude and longitude coordinates for the house are:

40.868079, -74.245406


The house is at the end of Aspen Drive in North Caldwell. To get there, you will need to drive along Mountain Avenue and then take the turn-off for Wildwood Drive.


Photos of the house and other related images.

Tony collects the newspaper

Episode 1, Season 2 - Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office...

Tony Soprano newspaper

At the start of Season 2, Tony Soprano walks down to the bottom of his driveway to collect the morning newspaper. While he is standing there, he notices that a strange car is parked in the cul-de-sac.

Fearing that it might be a hitman, he drops the newspaper and retreats towards his house. However, just as he is about to turn around and run away, his truant capo "Big Pussy" Bonpensiero steps out.

The Soprano house at night

Soprano house at night

This is a shot of the Soprano house at night.

14 Aspen Drive

Episode 1, Season 3 - Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood

14 Aspen Drive

This image of 14 Aspen Drive is from the start of Season 3.

FBI surveillance

Episode 1, Season 3 - Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood

FBI Sopranos

In the episode "Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood", the FBI attempts to install a listening device in the basement.

However, during the operation, the agents who are trailing Carmella suddenly realize that she is driving home.

As a result, the mission is aborted, and the undercover surveillance team is forced to pack up their things and flee Aspen Drive.

Patsy Parisi urinates in Tony's pool

Patsy Parisi

While the FBI is keeping the house under surveillance, Patsy Parisi shows up drunk with a gun and urinates in Tony's swimming pool. At the time, he was mourning the loss of his twin brother Philly, whom Tony had whacked in Season 2.

During this scene, the bewildered FBI agents are preparing to intervene when Patsy suddenly turns around and leaves.

Aerial image

Aerial image

This is an aerial image of Aspen Drive in Caldwell. We have circled Tony Soprano's home in red.

The property is not visible on Google Street View, as the owners have blurred it.

The house was built in 1983. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and is 6,100 square feet in size.

The property website Zillow estimates that it is worth roughly $1.7 million. In 2019, the owners put the house up for sale for $3.4 million. However, they took it off the market shortly afterwards.

The house appears in a total of 70 episodes (81%). Most of the interior scenes were filmed at Silvercup Studios in Long Island City.

In December 1994, the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, sent a bomb to 15 Aspen Drive, which is directly opposite the house. Enron advertising executive Thomas Mosser was killed in the attack.



To reach the Soprano family home, you will need to drive through Mountain Avenue and then take the turn-off for Wildwood Drive. The house sits above a cul-de-sac at the very end of Aspen Drive.

"Holsten's is the consensus."

Episode 21, Season 6 - Made in America

Tony Soprano

In the series finale, Tony is raking leaves in the yard when he pauses for a moment to appreciate life. By this stage, the war with New York has come to an end, and Phil Leotardo is dead.

As Tony is soaking up the winter sun and admiring the trees that surround his home, Carmela walks up to him and informs him that they have decided to eat at Holsten's.

This is the last time we see the house.

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