With Martin Scorsese's drama The Irishman heading to Netflix in late November, it's clear Joe Pesci's on-screen mob days aren't over just yet. But in real life, it seems the actor is ready to leave behind his East Coast persona—he reportedly plans to move to California—and he's selling the Jersey Shore mansion he's lived in for 30 years.
The actor listed the 7,200-square-foot contemporary Lavallette, New Jersey, home for $6.5 million. It's clear any of his onscreen counterparts would've felt right at home in the palatial space, which boasts eight bedrooms, eight baths, and floor-to-ceiling windows with water views. The home features plenty of space to entertain, including a living room with two seating areas, a sprawling kitchen (with separate catering kitchen), and dramatic dining spaces, including a private banquet space overlooking the pool. The many bedrooms and an office are situated on the elevator-accessible upper level, all with access to terraces that offer views of the dock.
Meanwhile, the downstairs media and game rooms celebrate the actor's long-standing career, with walls covered in Pesci's iconic film posters, from Casino to Home Alone to, of course, Goodfellas, the film that earned the 76-year-old an Oscar in 1991. A barber's chair also sits in the corner of the game room, an homage to Pesci's first job.
The home also features several pianos and guitars, a nod to Pesci's love of music. The star recently announced he'd be returning to music with the album Pesci…Still Singing.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest