The house that hosted the scenes of mobster Don Corleone's family life in the film "The Godfather" has been listed for sale, reports the New York Post.
The 6,248-square-foot estate, which features eight bedrooms and three bathrooms, is on the market for $2.89 million. The current owner purchased the house for nearly $1.7 million in 2012.
The symbolic Staten Island property has undergone some renovations since the movie's filming—the backyard where The Don died in the movie is now covered by a swimming pool. One of the rooms has also been restored to mimic Don Corleone's office from the film.