Jimmy Fallon’s Childhood Home in Upstate NY on the Market

Erika Riggs
June 7, 2012

Source: IMDb

Before he cracked jokes on Saturday Night Live and as the host of “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” Fallon was like most kids, spending his days playing in the backyard of his childhood home in upstate New York.

Fallon’s childhood home in Saugerties is now available for a new family (and perhaps future comic) to move in. The home is listed for $210,000 on Saugerties real estate market.

Fallon’s sister, Gloria, mentioned the family home is for sale in her blog, “Growing Up Fallon.”  According to listing information, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home was previously sold for $85,000 in 2004; Fallon and his family moved to the home in the late 1970s.

Sitting on a half-acre lot, the single-family home has a flat grassy play area,is  fenced in and according to the listing, is “safe for children or pets.” Inside, it’s noted that some “cosmetic updates” are needed, but the home has 1,780-square-feet of living space, hardwood and ceramic floors, a large “country kitchen,” and upstairs study.

Additionally on the property is a recently renovated cottage that “has it all…even a built-in keg.” A post on Fallon’s site says that Fallon’s grandfather lived there during his childhood, but doesn’t mention the keg.

The home first hit the market March 30 and has already had a price cut by $10,000.

Fallon still lives in New York; he recently purchased a new home in the Hamptons for $5.7 million.

According to Zillow’s mortgage calculator, a monthly payment on the home would be $765 a month, assuming a 20 percent down payment on a 30-year-mortgage.