The home of Vito Corleone from the 1972 movie “The Godfather” is for sale in Staten Island, N.Y.
Although broker Connie Profaci said none of the movie scenes were shot inside the home, the house’s exterior was featured in the Mafia’s opening scene.
It is a five-bedroom English Tudor on a 24,000 square-foot property.
It has only changed hands once since the movie’s filming. The current owner added modern amenities such as a “man cave,” a gym and an English pub.
The yard has a saltwater pool.
Profaci has listed the house for $2,895,000.