Want to live in a gangster’s paradise? The waterfront estate at 75 Bluff Road in Fort Lee, N.J., went to auction on December 8, 2015 with a starting bid of $5.5 million. The 1.3-acre property sits atop the Palisades cliffs with stunning views of Manhattan. The estate has quite a history, and was once home to famous mobster Albert Anastasia, Jr., as well as comedian Buddy Hackett and, most recently, Arthur Imperatore, owner of the NY Waterway ferry system.
Situated at the end of a long gated driveway, this grand mid-20th century home, built in 1947, has immaculate park-like grounds, a swimming pool with a cabana and pool house, a movie theater with a projection room, and more. The private location, partnered with its close proximity to New York City, makes it the ideal setting for entertaining all your mobster friends—or maybe just the in-laws.