The Godfather

The Corleones’ house from “The Godfather” is now on Airbnb.

This year is the 50th anniversary of The Godfather, a groundbreaking movie about a gangster family made by Francis Ford Coppola. The Offer, a Paramount+ show, was about how hard it was to make the movie.

If all the talk about the classic mob movie has made you want to learn more about Corleone, you’re in luck. The mansion from the first movie from 1972 is now on Airbnb.

The 6248-square-foot house was built in 1930 on Staten Island, New York. The outside was used to show where Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) lived and where the rest of the cast often gathered to learn from him about crime. The property has been updated on the inside and can fit up to five people at once.

When someone books a room, they can use the pool, game room, pub in the basement, and attic. It is not a good idea to plan federal crimes on the premises.

The property was last sold for $1.7 million in 2012, and it was fixed up until 2016. On-screen, it’s probably best known for the wedding scene that starts the movie. The house next door was used to show where Michael Corleone lived (Al Pacino).

On July 27, at 1 p.m., you can start making reservations for a 30-night stay from August 1–31, 2022. The mansion costs $50 a night to rent or $1500 for 30 nights.