The Roslyn Heights home of podcaster Anthony Cumia has been put on the market for $3.1 million.
Cumia, formerly the co-host of “The Opie & Anthony Show,” first moved to the area in 2006, buying the 4,589-square foot home only two years after its construction in 2004.
In its listing on realtor.com, the Horsehoe Lane five-bedroom boasts five bathrooms with two half-baths, granite counters, walk-in closets, an in-ground pool, an attached two-car garage, and a whirlpool tub, among other amenities.
Cumia, a resident of Roslyn Heights, was part of the shock jock duo “Opie and Anthony” alongside Gregg “Opie” Hughes, which, following its 2002 cancellation by the now-defunct Infinity Broadcasting Corporation, broadcast through the subscription-based Sirius XM network from 2004 to 2014. In the show’s final year, Cumia allegedly made $3 million annually.
The show was canceled in 2014 after Cumia was fired for posting racially charged tweets online, alleging he was assaulted by a black woman in Times Square.
He has since started his own subscription-based internet radio show “The Anthony Cumia Show,” hosted partly out of the Roslyn Heights home.
Stand-up comic Artie Lange co-hosted the show for less than a year before bowing out and being replaced by comedian Dave Landau, leading to the show’s current title, “The Anthony Cumia Show with Dave Landau.”
In 2015, Cumia was arrested at his home by Nassau County police and following an alleged assault of his then-girlfriend Danielle Brand. He was charged with strangulation, unlawful imprisonment, criminal mischief and assault, and pleaded not guilty to all charges.
The charges were later reduced to harrassment once Cumia agreed to complete six months of outpatient alcohol rehab and participating in a program against battery.