The New Jersey home where the cast of “Jersey Shore” lived together for the “Family Vacation” spinoff series is now on the market for $1.4 million.
Located in Manalapan, NJ, the mansion was the site for filming three out of four seasons of the hit show since 2018.
The seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom abode spans 6,000 square feet, the listing shows.
Features include a fully heated basement, an outdoor patio, a hot tub, a balcony and a modern kitchen with top-notch appliances.
Fans can get their GTL on in the home’s basement gym, tan near the Olympic-sized custom pool and throw in a load of laundry in the home’s washer and dryer.
The home was initially listed for sale back in April 2017, before producers of the show scouted the property and took it off the market three months later, New Jersey property records show.
It seems now that the show’s fourth season — which premiered on Nov. 19, 2020 — was filmed in Las Vegas, the owner is ready to list the property again.
The reality television series is a spinoff from the original “Jersey Shore” hit series, which ended in 2012.
The Seaside Heights home featured in the original series is available as a short-term rental for any fist-pumpers willing to spend $1,200 to live out their MTV dreams.
Scroll through the photos to see where “Snooki”, DJ Pauly D, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, JWoww, Vinny Guadagnino, Ronnie Magro and Deena Nicole once partied it up.
The foyer showcases the grand staircase and glistening chandelier, illuminated from the arched window.
The formal living area is bathed in sunlight streaming from double renaissance windows on both walls of the room.
The main gourmet kitchen is updated with top-notch appliances. Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino spent many days in this room cooking up a storm. There is a second kitchen located in the heated basement.
This is the master bedroom, which features double doors that open up to a private balcony. The room also boasts a compact living area and master bathroom. This is one of seven bedrooms.
The abode comes with a clearwater pool and includes a rock fountain and a clay slide with an expansive backyard.
Season 5 is currently under production at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort. The entire resort was rented out in order to film within a quarantine bubble amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A release date has yet to be announced.