If you’ve ever dreamed of living in the mansion Vito Corleone ruled his mob empire from, you’re in luck: it’s on the market:
The mansion and four-acre estate featured in Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 film “The Godfather” is up for sale for a whopping $2.9 million.
Owner Jim Norton said he put the eight-bedroom, five-bathroom Staten Island home on the market after his father recently passed away.
The estate features a four-car garage, two fireplaces, an English pub and an in-ground swimming pool, Norton said.
Lots of other domiciles from movies and TV exist only as soundstages, but we can dream. What fictional home would you most like to live in? Bilbo’s round-doored hobbit hole? The Friends’ spectacular NYC apartment? The Home Alone McMansion? Don Corleone’s Staten Island estate? Somewhere else?
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