Do you have a spare $2.9 million? Here’s an offer you can’t refuse. The Corleone mansion from The Godfather is on the market. The Staten Island Tudor-style manor, built in the 1930s, was the site of Connie Corleone’s wedding that opened the 1972 film. According to the Irish Times, the current owners have refurbished the mansion to evoke the look of the film. “The first floor office has been furnished in dark wood to look like the Corleone office in the film,” estate agent Joseph Profaci said. “My favourite feature is a wooden door with dark metal hinges off the formal dining room that looks like the entrance to a speakeasy, which in fact leads down a dark staircase to a pub and game room with a huge stone fireplace.” He also describes the kitchen as “to die for”–or make meatballs in, presumably.
The five-bedroom mansion also features a saltwater pool, gym, games room, as well as an “English pub” and a four-car garage. Having a large outdoor entertaining area, it’s the perfect home in which to receive guests who want to pay their respects or ask you to severely punish the men who dishonored your daughter. There’s no mention of what the bedrooms look like; presumably there are some spare mattresses.