Childhood Home of Nickelodeon Star Ariana Grande Hits Market

Every watch iCarly? Victorious? Come on…admit it. These Nickelodeon classics are this decade’s Happy Days, Full House and Wonder Years rolled into one. And if you haven’t seen it, your kids or grandchildren definitely have.

AGEver watch iCarly?  Victorious?  Come on…admit it.  These Nickelodeon classics are this decade’s Happy Days, Full House and Wonder Years rolled into one.  And if you haven’t seen it, your kids or grandchildren definitely have.

We have been working with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Lisa Byrne on the promotion of her latest listing, the childhood home of Ariana Grande who starred in the previously mentioned Nick shows.  She is moving with her family to LA as she begins taping her starring role in the spin-off show, Sam and Cat.

I was over a friend’s house this past weekend and asked his eight-year old Mia if she watched iCarly.  What a huge smile I got.  And then I asked if she knew who Ariana was?  Her smile got even bigger and she asked if I knew her.  Sorry to say I don’t, but I love her house…and with that comment I instantly had the coolest job Mia had ever heard of.

“This was a perfect home to grow up in,” said Grande.

I shared what Ariana told us about her childhood home with Mia. “This was a perfect home to grow up in,” said Grande. “I’ll always have so many positive memories of it personally and professionally, from our annual Christmas Eve party and family reunions, to a great pool party we hosted when I graduated middle school. I’ll never forget standing in the kitchen when I found out I had booked my first Broadway show, or the recording studio next to my room which helped launch my music career. I hope whoever purchases the home will have as many wonderful experiences as I did.”

While the next homeowner of this Boca Raton treasure may not become a Nickelodeon superstar, we are pretty sure they will certainly feel like they are living the lifestyle of a television star! Check out this beautiful home being marketed through the Coldwell Banker Previews International program here.

David Siroty has been with Coldwell Banker Real Estate since 2004 and is responsible for all U.S. and Canadian external and internal communications, along with social media and cause marketing activities. In his role as VP of North American Communications, he is responsible for promoting the Coldwell Banker brand to media, staff and affiliated companies.

He was honored by PR News in their PR People Awards as the 2010 Lemonade Maker for his work in promoting the Coldwell Banker brand despite the challenging real estate market. He has worked in public relations for nearly 30 years in the sports, TV, agency and higher education industries. He also taught public relations for several years and is the author of a 2002 baseball book The Hit Men and the Kid Who Batted Ninth.

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