(Reuters) – A New York City manor that showcased in the 1972 American movie traditional “The Godfather” is up for grabs for fans of the smash hit or merely anyone going to pay the $2.89 million price tag.

In the Oscar-winning movie, the grand Staten Island house concerns Mafia manager Vito Corleone, played by Marlon Brando.

A Staten Island real estate agency managing the sale has not avoided using its role in American pop society as a marketing point.

“A residence’s value depends on just what people want to pay for it, and also some people might want to pay more for a residence with a compelling story,” Joseph Profaci, managing principal of Connie Profaci Realty, wrote in an email.In truth, supervisor

Francis Ford Coppola just recorded its English Tudor-inspired outside for the movie.But its present proprietor has remodelled the inside to make some rooms appear like duplicates of the design in several of the flick’s scenes, baseding on neighborhood media.That consists of an office where Don Corleone pulled the strings of his criminal empire sat behind a wood workdesk on a natural leather chair.According to the on the internet list, the mansion is a 6,248-sq foot(580-sq meter)estate with 5 bed rooms and also seven restrooms and consists of a gym and playroom

along with a video game space in the basement.During shooting in the spring season of 1971, set designers fine-tuned the domestic home to give it even more of a mobster flavor, including a fake brick wall and also a wrought-iron gate, neighborhood media stated

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