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‘Saturday Night Fever’ house hits the market for $2.2 million

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The exterior of the home featured in the hit film "Saturday Night Fever" has been completely redone to a Tudor-style finish. Ideal Properties Group

It was in the dining room of this house that a young Tony Manero told his father: “Would ya just watch the hair. Ya know, I work on my hair a long time and you hit it.”

“While much of this home has been restored and renovated, the main floor still remains as intact” as when “Saturday Night Fever,” the 1977 John Travolta hit about an Italian-American dancer from Brooklyn, N.Y., was filmed, according to the listing. The exterior has been completely redone to a Tudor-style finish.

The four-bedroom, 3.5-bath townhouse at 221 79th St. in the Bay Ridge neighborhood is on the market for $2,249,000, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. It offers 2,472 square feet of living space, a heated driveway, a media room, an eat-in kitchen, a fireplace in the dining room, and a rec room in the basement. Original features of the home include stained glass, crown molding and other woodwork, plaster ceiling medallions, built-ins, and a double-sided fireplace.

The master suite, which takes up the entire third floor, features a gas fireplace, wet bar, office nook, two walk-in closets, two additional closets, a sound system, and a private balcony.

In the backyard, there’s a built-in barbecue, a refrigerator, a sink, a garden, and peach, nectarine, fig, and persimmon trees.

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