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In 1972, Francis Ford Coppola changed the film world forever with The Godfather , starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, and James Caan. The movie was made for $6.2 million and went on to gross well over $240 million more. To this day, it is considered by many to be one of the greatest films ever made (ranked slightly lower than its sequel). The characters and locations are iconic, and now you have the opportunity to own one of the most important houses from the film.
True Religion Jeans Christmas Sales, According to Esquire , the Staten Island mansion that belonged to Brando's character, Vito Corleone, is being offered up for $2.89 million by Connie Profaci Realty. The 6,248-square-foot home was built in 1930 for former Staten Island borough president Joseph Palmer, who needed a place to house his wife and 11 children. The current owners were fans of The Godfather , so they decided to renovate the interior of the home in 2012 to " resemble the look and feel of the film." There are five bedrooms, a new foyer, an impressive eat-in kitchen, a gunite pool, a four-car garage, and a basement with an English pub and game room.
It's not exactly how it appeared in the film, but the property is nice, and the history is pretty cool. Check out more photos on the realtor's website.
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True Religion Jeans Christmas Sales [ via Esquire ]