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A winter glimpse of Tom Selleck’s Bay Ridge “Blue Bloods” house

January 17, 2018 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Hark! The Bay Ridge house where Tom Selleck's character, Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, lives in “Blue Bloods” is surrounded by a blanket of snow. Eagle photos by Lore Croghan

Eye on Real Estate

Tom Selleck’s house looks swell in the snow.

We’re talking about his “Blue Bloods” house in Bay Ridge — the home of NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan, whom Selleck plays on the CBS TV hit series.

As fans of “Blue Bloods” know, the fictional police commissioner and multiple generations of his TV-show family have Sunday dinner together at his Bay Ridge home.

The house exterior that’s shown in the series is a real place. It’s a 1920s Colonial-style brick house at 8070 Harbor View Terrace.

The house is situated on a big corner lot — with plenty of room for a picturesque snow pileup.

The other day, after the bomb cyclone, AKA Winter Storm Grayson, blew into town, we snapped some photos to share with readers.

In real life, the Harbor View Terrace house belongs to the Diocese of St. Maron-USA, city Finance Department records indicate.   

 

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