One of the most iconic homes in film history is up for sale, and it can be yours for almost $3 million.
Which house you ask? Oh, only the Godfather mansion. Home to Marlon Brando’s Don Corleone and family in the 1972 classic. And calling it a classic feels slightly underwhelming to be honest.
Imagine watching the film in this house and knowing you actually own it? That would probably be the most badass moment ever.
The Staten Island estate sits on almost 7,000 square feet and has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. Not bad.
The current owner purchased the mansion for $1.7 million back in 2012 and has renovated it since to include a pool, gym and new kitchen amongst other things. Although the inside of the home was never shown in the movie, it’s still worth a look.