The home that provided the base for the Corelone family in the classic film, The Godfather has been listed for $2.9 million.
The outside of this English Tudor-style house in Staten Island, New York was used in the iconic movie, and is most memorable at the opening of the film as the venue for the wedding of mob boss, Don Corelone’s daughter Connie. It is situated in the Todt Hill/Emerson Hill area of Staten Island, which is known for its impressively large homes. This property is no exception with an extraordinary 12 rooms – including 8 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 1 half bath, 1 three-quarter bath, storage room, and an English pub basement with a recreation room. There is also a living room, formal dining room, butler’s pantry, and a laundry room with a chute from all 3 floors.
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