Angela "Big Ang" Raiola's Staten Island home is up for sale.
ET has learned that the late Mob Wives star's $1,099,000 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom estate is on the market.
The 2,700 square foot turquoise mini-mansion with black shutters was built in 1930, but completely remodeled by Ang when she moved in.
While the views of the New York City skyline and water are fabulous qualities, the most luxurious room in the home is the master suite, which takes up the entire third floor.
The master bathroom features a large walk-in shower and a clawfoot tub.
Another one of the bathrooms, customized by Ang, features pink walls with black detailing.
The kitchen is equally as extravagant, as the cabinets are topped with quartz counters and stainless steel appliances.
The home also has a full-size summer kitchen, a family room which leads to the outside and a wine-tasting room.
Big Ang died on Feb. 18 at age 55 after a long battle with cancer. Her close friend, real estate broker Laird Klein, confirmed to ET that he is helping the family sell the estate, which has been on the market for two months.
Klein added that there had been interest in the property even before Ang's passing, but he is "giving the family the space they need."