Report: 'Howard Stern Show' producer 'Baba Booey' lists Connecticut home for $3.2M

The home on 2 Old Farm Lane in Old Greenwich looks like any typical clapboard Colonial in New England. But not every Colonial is owned by a longtime producer for “The Howard Stern Show.”

According to Realtor.com, the five-bedroom, 7,683 square-foot home is owned by Gary Dell’Abate — better known on the radio as “Baba Booey.” The house has been listed for $3.195 million. Custom-built in 2007 in Hillcrest Park’s Old Farm Lane Association, Realtor.com says the home is located about an hour from the Sirius XM studios where the show is recorded. 

The home features a game room with a full bar, jukebox and lounge area, according to Realtor.com, as well as a gym and a home theater with leather cinema seating. The creation of the space known as the “man cave” was once featured on the DIY Network show, “Man Caves.” 

In addition to the master suite — which has a spa-style bathroom and walk-in closet — the listing reports that the home’s other bedrooms "all include attached bathrooms with room for staff quarters."

On the home’s 1-acre property is a flagstone patio with space for a pool, the listing notes, as well as a three-car garage with electric car chargers. 

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