Jimmy Fallon’s Swoon-Worthy Home

Jimmy Fallon was born in Brooklyn, New York and in his adult life he has not strayed particularly far from the stomping grounds of his youth. Fallon, whose birth name is the ever-more formal James Thomas Fallon, Jr., is, of course, the affable host of NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Fallon belongs to America’s most prestigious tier of late night talk show hosts, and as can only be expected, he, like his peers, is paid rather handsomely. For evidence of the fact, let’s take a look at Fallon’s home in the Hamptons.


The property, which is in the Sagaponack area of the Hamptons, was purchased by the funnyman last year for $5.7 million. The lofty home sits on 2.2 acres and gives Fallon and his family three generous stories in which to create a private world of their own. In addition to the main residence, which as six bedrooms, the property also has two guest houses, which certainly gives the impression that Fallon isn’t all that private! This beautiful home in the state of New York also has a heated pool and a garage that fits four cars. The home dates back to the 1800’s and was originally a farmhouse. In total it has 3,500 square feet.

Jimmy Fallon became known to audiences the world over with his Saturday Night Live performances. He has been married to his wife, Nancy Juvonen, since 2007. Although not many people know it, Fallon started out as a Computer Science major at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. He switched to Communications and received his degree in 2009.