The house where for a year and a half, Frances Ford Coppola and co. set-up camp to film interior and exterior shots for The Godfather is now up for sale. The estate, situated on Longfellow Avenue on Staten Island in New York City, has been the home of the Norris family for 50 years. The eight bedroom house also includes a full English style pub in the basement and has been put on the market for a cool $2.9 million… Or various other offers they cannot refuse of course.
Godfather fans will know the house as the home of Don Corleone, where daughter Connie was married on the lawn. For photos of the interior as well as contact info in case you really do want to make an offer, check out the listing.
110 Longfellow Ave, Staten Island, NY 10301
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