Al Pacino's New York House

July 29, 2023

Al Pacino is an iconic actor. Born Alfredo James Pacino in 1940, he started his career as a theater actor in 1967 at the Charles Playhouse in Boston. He reached massive fame in 1972 with The Godfather. After that, the starring roles kept coming. He starred in Dog Day AfternoonScarface, and Author! Author!. His career kept going over the decades, and in the 1990s he starred in movies such as Dick Tracy, Donnie Brasco, and Any Given Sunday. On a personal level, Pacino has four children, two of which are with National Lampoons’ actress Beverly D'Angelo. With so much success, it’s not shocking that Pacino owns numerous homes. Take a look at Al Pacino’s New York house below.

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This is Al Pacino's main residence in Palisades, NY. It was built back in 1971, and Al purchased the home in 1979. Today it is worth an estimated $2.3 million. The home features four bedrooms and three bathrooms, spread out over 4,290 sq ft of space. It has a beautiful center courtyard in the center of the exterior, with a finished basement and fireplace inside the home. He also owned the home right next door that he sold in 2013 for $3.3 million.  

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 Al Pacino House Details:

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Square Footage: 4,290 sq ft

Where Does  Al Pacino Live?

 Al Pacino Address: Corbett Ln, Palisades, NY 10964

Two Homes Isn’t Better Than One: The Exterior

From this shot, you can see just how close Pacino's former house is to his current home. There's even a nice little pathway from his home to his former home. Although his home has a pool so it looks like he chose the right house to stay in.

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The center of the exterior is a nice, charming little courtyard. Filled with nice stone, tall trees, and perfectly manicured shrubbery.

 

 

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Conclusion: Long Running Home

Al Pacino owns a lot of properties. It’s no surprise with the amount of films he has done over his decades long career. This home just may be the longest home that he’s owned. If you enjoyed checking out Al Pacino’s New York home, take a look at Liam Neeson’s New York estate here.

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