The Post has learned that Artie Lange is saying goodbye to his family home of 20 years after it is learned that his website has been shut down.
The 55-year-old comedian bought the Roseland, New Jersey townhome back in 2003 — the year it was built — for $429,000, the record shows.
Composed of two bedrooms and three baths, Lang transferred the deed to the house to his mother, Judith, and sister Stacy in 2021 — when he was completing a drug court program,
The home is where his family spent most of their time during the pandemic, but sources reveal that the post home is no longer a suitable residence for his mother, who is battling health issues.
Currently listed at $679,000, the property is now pending contract and is expected to close in the coming weeks.
Located in Roseland Green, the listing describes the home as “low in property taxes,” with community amenities that include a pool, a sports court, tennis, a clubhouse, and a playground.
The living room has high ceilings and sliding doors that lead to the deck. There is a breakfast nook in the kitchen. There is also an unfinished basement.
Meredith Giudice of Coldwell Banker Realty holds the listing.
While Lang parted ways with his Roseland home, he still hangs out at his two condo units in Hoboken, including his mom’s unit. But, according to an insider, the comic is currently living in a studio in Mountainside. takes care of their health,
Meanwhile, it’s unclear why the comedian’s oldest website: ArtieQutter.com — which posted the latest tour dates, sold merchandise and linked to his podcast episodes — has been shut down.
The Post has contacted Lange’s rep for comment.
The comic has been pretty off the grid over the years.
Lange, who has spoken openly about his struggles with addiction, announced last July that he had completed an intensive New Jersey drug court program.
“Happy to announce that I have completed the NJ Drug Court program,” he wrote on twitter, “Thank you to my family and friends and fans for all your support.”
The former Howard Stern sidekick spent more than three years on the program after a judge sentenced him to complete it or face jail time.
But since his recovery, Lang has posted only sporadic updates on his social media. His last update to fans was back in October, when he tweeted “Thanks everyone” with a picture of a Yankees jersey.
In February his longtime friend Jimmy Palumbo told New Jersey 101.5 That Lang was deliberately staying out of the limelight.
“He’s doing fine. He’s calm. He’s trying to keep it together right now. Keep himself healthy and clear minded. And he’s really doing nothing, no public appearances,” Palumbo said.
“But I talk to him. I talk to his mother and his sister. And, you know, he kind of puts it together. So, I hope soon, you get to see Artie Lange again.” Going. He still has one fastball left in him. I pray for him. I wish him well,” Palumbo said.
lang, who had a drug problem Decades has given credit to his mother and the program for staying sober all this time.
“This time, he put me away longer than ever,” Lange revealed in a November 2019 interview with Joe Rogan. “I was doing like a two-week bid. A one-week bid in jail,” Lang said. “This time I was in jail for two months, then I got kicked out, then I went to a long-term rehab. And I got away with it.
Lang admitted, “I started thinking clearly and thinking about the consequences, and thinking about my mom.” “The fact that my mother is this great Italian lady, you know, made me think I just needed the money from me … My old man said on his death bed, ‘Take care of your mother.’ As an Italian guy from New Jersey, you think it means money, it means nothing else. So I kept giving her money, not knowing that she was worried about me dying all the time. So I thought about her pain and I said, ‘I can’t do this anymore.'”
His legal troubles stemmed from an early 2017 arrest for possession of cocaine and heroin.
In May 2019, Stern gave a rare interview with The New York Times Magazine in which he admitted loves his one time partner But got to a point where he had to let her go.
“I am deeply saddened by what is happening with Aarti. We’ve lost contact, and that’s my job,” Stern said. “I’ve got my fingers crossed for that guy. And it wasn’t a clean break.
“It had been many years since Aarti had sought help. I know a lot of fans want me to talk about Aarti and I think this is a cop-out from me. I’ll take. I don’t want to do anything to rock her boat,” Stern continued. “I’m sorry to talk about Artie. She was a tremendous contribution. But we had to move on.”