Perry Como's Long Island House!
In the 1950s and ‘60s, his weekly CBS and NBC television shows were seen in more American living rooms than any other performer. In 1958, he beat Elvis and Sinatra winning a national poll as the top male vocalist of the year, sang a command performance for Queen Elizabeth and three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. For most of his singing career, he and wife, Roselle, lived out of the spotlight in Long Island. The Como's family home is now for sale, priced at $2.9 million. src: www.upscalelivingmag.com