You will soon be able to rent the house from ‘The Godfather’
Cue the solo trumpet Waltz.
A 1930′s Tudor home on Staten Island, made famous in the 1972 film “The Godfather,” will be available for rent on Airbnb beginning July 27 at 1 pm
The home will be available for a one-time, 30-day rental from August 1-31, for a maximum of 5 people.
And if you’re hoping to recreate Connie’s wedding during your stay, think again. There is a strict “no parties” rule.
The five bedroom, seven bathroom mansion has a large saltwater pool, a pub in the basement, a game room and a gym.
The home was completely remodeled in 2012 with a gourmet kitchen, stately dining and great rooms, custom moldings, natural stone bathrooms, two fireplaces and a gas generator, according to Zillow.
It was last sold in 2016 for $2.4 million.
But you won’t have to do anything unsavory to afford a stay there. The Airbnb rate is $50 per night.
The exterior of the home was used to depict the Coreleone’s home for several scenes in “The Godfather” and a brief scene in “The Godfather 2″ but the interior of the Coreleone home was shot on a sound stage in New York City.
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