Live in 'The Godfather' mansion for $2.8 million

The Staten Island house that hosted scenes of Don Corleone's family life in the movie "The Godfather" is on the market.

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.

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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.

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