Los Angeles: Don Corleone's fans can now get their hands on the house that he lived in as the mansion where the iconic 1972 movie 'The Godfather' was filmed is on the market for USD 2.89.
The 6,248-square-foot mansion, which sits on a 24,000-square-foot open expanse, was used for many memorable scenes in the movie including the Sicilian-style wedding of Connie Corleone. The backyard is seen in a scene when Don Corleone, played by Marlon Brando, died of a heart attack while playing with his grandson.
The estate featured in the film is back on the market through Staten Island-based Connie Profaci Realty, reported People magazine.
The inside shots of the home were not filmed but the owners have made several changes to match the interior with the film.