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Flafla Flooey…Baba Booey…Gary Dell’Abate of Howard Stern Show fame is selling his prized Old Greenwich, Connecticut featuring the man cave that has been the center of so much Stern content over the years. That’s right, you can buy Baba Booey’s house for $3,195,000 and get a man cave that led to the famous 2009 conversation where Gary explained to Howard why there were stools in his theater.
Gary’s man cave eventually led to feature stories from theater industry media outlet Sound & Vision, plus a ‘Gadget Gary’ column. Now you can buy all of it from Booey as he’s ready to move on from this custom home built for the Booey family.
From Baba Booey’s realtor Angela Swift with COMPASS:
Extraordinary 2007 custom home in Hillcrest Park’s Old Farm Lane Association conveys refined elegance throughout with hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, and exquisite millwork. Formal living and dining rooms and a gourmet kitchen invite lavish entertaining. Family rooms up and down, plus a walk-out lower level, welcome casual gatherings. Luxurious owner’s suite with spa bath and massive walk-in closet. Secondary beds all include attached baths, with room for staff quarters. The park-like grounds include a flagstone patio and room for a pool. Abundant storage and upgrades throughout. Mudroom, laundry room, study, office, game room with bar, home theater and gym. Three-car attached garage with E/V charger. Premier Old Greenwich location close to shopping, country clubs and top-rated schools. Man/Woman Cave with Bar. PLUS Additional square footage in finished Lower Level.
Now for the real selling points of this 7,700 sq. ft. masterpiece. We’re talking about a place that’s just 3.9 miles from the nearest Whole Foods, 36 miles from Midtown Manhattan if you need to do some work in the city, 1.7 miles to the nearest liquor store and 96 miles to Mohegan Sun for a quick overnight craps bender. You throw in that basement, the landscaping, all the special things for the wife like a huge kitchen and Flafla Flooey is dumping a house that has it all.
Mortgage: You’re looking at about $16,500 per month before you hire the groundskeepers to keep the yard toned.