The mansion featured in the hit classic movie
which is owned by Don Vito Corleone is up for sale, it has been revealed.
The 2.9 million dollars mansion was used as the exterior of Corleone's house in the iconic film and after being sold for $1.7 million two years ago, the Staten Island, New York, property is up for grabs again, the Daily Star reported.
Joseph Profaci, managing principal at Connie Profaci Realty, said that the connection to the film certainly gave the home a certain cache for movie buffs.
The house, which was originally owned by a family who remained there for 50 years, features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two offices, a gym, pool and even its own pub.
The house's 24,000sq-ft garden is most memorable for the famous garden wedding in Francis Coppola's blockbuster featuring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino.