The mansion used in Francis Ford Coppola’s classic mobster flick The Godfather is up for sale, nearly 40 years after the movie first debuted on the silver screen.
The eight-bedroom mansion with it’s 1930’s Tudor style is on the market for $2.9 million with just one owner in the last 60 years. The home also features five baths, two fireplaces, a basement pub, a four-car garage and an in-ground pool.
The original owner has died and their son says he just wants to unload the fixer-upper. Translation: We want to sell this house for more than it’s worth because it has cool history.
Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, and Robert Duvall among other actors were filmed both inside and outside the home which sits on 4-acres in Staten Island’s Todt Hill subdivision.
Neighbors hope that the outside of the home will remain as-is, they consider it a neighborhood treasure.