NYC House Used In 'Godfather' For Sale For $2.9M

Marlon Brandon in Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather," 1972 Marlon Brandon in Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather," 1972

The eight-bedroom New York City mansion used in the 1972 mobster epic, “The Godfather,” is for sale.

The owners of the Staten Island home are asking $2.9 million — or an offer they can’t refuse.

The movie was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It starred Marlon Brando as the fictitious mobster Vito Corleone and actors Al Pacino and Robert Duvall. Scenes were filmed inside and outside the 4-acre estate.

Owner James Norton says his mother kept many artifacts from the movie, including Brando’s cue cards.

The house features two fireplaces, a basement pub, a four-car garage and an in-ground pool.

Realtor Connie Profaci says it needs some work, but the family is betting on the house’s history as a selling point.

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