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Snooki and JWOWW house-hunting in East Setauket?

Jenni JWoww Farley and Nicole Snooki Polizzi attend

Jenni JWoww Farley and Nicole Snooki Polizzi attend the KIIS-FM "Now 34 And The Jersey Shore" party at Hollywood Tower in Los Angeles, California. (July 11, 2010) Credit: Getty Images

“Jersey Shore” stars Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Jenni “JWOWW” Farley may be moving to East Setauket, according to a listing agent.

The reality TV stars are expected to see a house on Norris Lane that is on the market for $1.595 million, said the home’s listing agent, Linda Hickey of Stony Brook-based Hickey & Smith Realtors. The five-bedroom, three-bath “postmodern Colonial” comes with a 20-by-44-foot salt water pool, an outdoor bar and sound system, and a heated and air-conditioned pool house. Inside there is a 750-gallon fish tank.

She said Polizzi and Farley want to bring a camera crew for a showing this week but, “the owner said no.”

However on Monday night Farley, who owns a house in Franklin Square, posted a tweet denying the house-hunting report: "So I keep seeing these reports from LI about getting a certain house . . . ! Who makes up this - -. So agitated @ this point I want to find the liars behind it."

Public records show that the house belongs to a person of note—Will Castro, who customizes cars for celebrities, including two “famous football players” who are also interested in the house. She could not say who they are.

Castro could not be reached for comment. Scott Talarico, Polizzi’s manager, said he had no information about the matter. 

Residents of Norris Lane and nearby Old Town Road, who were reached Monday, said they had never heard of or seen “Jersey Shore,” MTV’s highest-rated show ever. Some fans of the show — which is about the dating, clubbing and drinking lifestyle of eight people, most of them in their 20s—have speculated that Polizzi and Farley have been looking for a house to buy together so that they can film a spinoff.

“If they want to tape a show, I don’t really care, as long as they don’t play loud music,” said Veronica Ines, a homemaker who lives next door to the Castros.

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