Here is a real estate offer you can't refuse.
Connie Profaci Realty, a real estate firm based in Staten Island, New York, recently listed the iconic home from Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather" film. Selling at $2,895,000, the Staten Island estate features five bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and a pool sprawled out over a 24,000 square foot lot.
The home was built in 1930, and served as the location of the Corleone family estate in the 1972 film. The house was gut renovated in 2012, and features many modern amenities fit to homebuyers regardless of mafia affiliation.
"Foyer, living room, entertainers dream gourmet eat-in kitchen with a breakfast area, stately formal dining area, great room that boasts custom moldings, built-in coffered ceilings, two offices, gym, playroom, two fireplaces, the basement features an English pub and "Man Cave" area with a game room, storage room with a 3/4 bath, 4 car garage, gunite saltwater pool, infrared grill, security system, sound system, intercom, radiant heat, and NAT gas generator."
Despite the modern upgrades, the home does not come equipped with any detached horse heads.
House from "The Godfather" can be yours for under $3 million
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