The godfather’s house can be rented!

The godfather’s house can be rented!

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Fans of Copolla’s classic feature film now have the opportunity to spend a season in the English Tudorstyle house that served as the exterior of Vito Corleone’s home in the legendary 1972 mafia film.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the film’s release, the 19,000squarefoot mansion is located on Staten Island, New York and will be available for 30night Airbnb reservations in August at $50 per night.

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Reservations opened to the public on July 27. The majestic home, which was last sold for $2.4 million in 2016, joins Airbnb’s list of notable places to stay.

In 2020, the site offered a similar opportunity for A Freak Out fans to stay in the iconic mansion from the ’90s comedy series, and in 2021, Wes Anderson fans were able to stay at The Eccentric Tenenbaums cinema.

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Those who manage to make the reservation will enjoy a private stay for up to five people in the five bedroom, seven bathroom home, set on a spacious 8,000 square foot lot. While the 1930’s exterior looks very similar to that in the film, the interior has been renovated with modern touches.

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Amenities include an English pubinspired basement bar, game room, gym, two fireplaces and a large saltwater pool in the backyard. A charming old stone wall borders the property.

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Photo: Marc McAndrews/Airbnb/Casa.com

Inside, chandeliers dot the ceiling. The kitchen has large granite countertops. In the living room, a huge TV nestles in elegant creamcolored builtin furniture.

At least four other TVs are on the property, presumably so guests don’t have to stray too far from their godfather movie marathon.

*Above Architecture Digest