“Sopranos” Actor Still Seeks Buyer for NYC Home

Sopranos star Michael Imperioli (who played Christopher Moltisanti on the hit HBO drama) is still looking for a buyer for his Tribeca home. The actor's crib originally hit the market in January 2010 with an ask of $7.5 million. With no buyers, Imperioli de-listed his building, which has a retail space on the basement and ground floor, until recently when the listing re-emerged with a lower $6.995 million price tag. Any takers? View the listing.

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Sopranos star Michael Imperioli (who played Christopher Moltisanti on the hit HBO drama) is still looking for a buyer for his Tribeca home. The actor's crib originally hit the market in January 2010 with an ask of $7.5 million. With no buyers, Imperioli de-listed his building, which has a retail space on the basement and ground floor, until recently when the listing re-emerged with a lower $6.995 million price tag. Any takers? View the listing.
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Imperioli and his wife Victoria purchased the building at 138 West Broadway in 1998 for $750,000. According to the Wall Street Journal, at the time of purchase, the building was "very shabby" and "rundown"--qualities that attracted the actor and his wife to the spread.
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The 4,720 square foot home is anything but shabby and run down today. The couple clearly revitalized the place, while staying true to the home's many of the original molding and details.
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A view of the master bedroom. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms in the building. With a retail space on the ground floor, the second, third and fourth floors serve as home for the family.
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The actor's wife is a interior and theatrical set designer, whose anything but understated taste is quite evident in this re-done room. The interior decor was reportedly inspired by the couple's 19th century art collection and some of the furnishings were even once props.
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This bedroom is just as dramatic as the other rooms in the home.
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A look at the spacious roof deck terrace.
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The actor's office, located on the second floor, is where Imperioli penned five episodes of the popular drama series.
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