Sitting on 16 acres on Long Island’s North Shore, the home used in Biggie Smalls’ “Big Poppa” 1995 music video in now up for sale and can be yours for $14 million dollars.
Released in 1994, “Big Poppa” was the second single off Biggie Small’s debut album “Ready to Die”. The single eventually went platinum and was nominated at the 1996 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Solo Performance.
The home which sits in the middle of the Hamptons and Manhattan, features seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms (six full, three half). All of which is spread across two floors. Along with its ten-foot ceilings is a basement level, fireplace, multiple storage spaces and a 300-square foot cedar closet.
As stated in the listing: “The main house is reminiscent of European enclaves from Spain and Greece, constructed with solid white stone and terra cotta roof. It was built in 1988 throughout a four-year ‘labor of love’ construction, flying in artisans and masters from Europe as well as highly respected Manhattan designers to create a dream house sparing no expense. Every inch was created with the highest level of quality, materials, and design. Today, it presents a buyer with an opportunity to bring their own vision to life, reimagining the finishes with more contemporary style throughout the smartly laid out floor plan.”
More about the Home used in the “Big Poppa” music video:
- Located at the Westbury suburb
- 18th richest zip code in the United States as listed by Bloomberg
- 96-Gallon swimming pool with attached jacuzzi and outdoor kitchen
- Originally constructed as an Amish farm in 1868
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