Staten Island mansion from The Godfather is on Airbnb for $50 a night

Vito Corleone’s Staten Island mansion from the iconic 1972 movie ‘The Godfather’ is up for rent on for just $50 a night.

The 6,248-square-foot home, located at 110 Longfellow Avenue, will be available for the month of August in celebration of the film’s 50th anniversary. 

Up to five guests will have private access to the mansion that was home to Vita Corleone – played by Marlon Brando – and features a saltwater pool, a game room and its own pub. 

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    The posting on Airbnb describes the home as a ‘charming but expansive’ property that has undergone renovations and is completely modernized, while still being recognizable from the exterior for its appearance in ‘The Godfather.’

    The exterior of the English Tudor-style mansion was used in the movie for memorable scenes, including the wedding of Vito’s daughter Connie Corleone, who was played by Talia Shire. 

    The exterior of the English Tudor-style mansion was used in the movie for memorable scenes, including the wedding of Vito's daughter Connie Corleone

    The exterior of the English Tudor-style mansion was used in the movie for memorable scenes, including the wedding of Vito’s daughter Connie Corleone

    Located at 110 Longfellow Avenue on Staten Island, the house served as the home of Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando)

    Located at 110 Longfellow Avenue on Staten Island, the house served as the home of Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando)

    The pool (pictured) was not installed when the house was used for filming in the 1970s. It was built by the owner in 2012

    The pool (pictured) was not installed when the house was used for filming in the 1970s. It was built by the owner in 2012

    Up to five guests will be able to stay at the house for the month of August and enjoy amenities - like the pictured game room that includes a pool table and an arcade game

    Up to five guests will be able to stay at the house for the month of August and enjoy amenities – like the pictured game room that includes a pool table and an arcade game

    Boasting five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, the home is ‘most suitable for two adults and three children.’ 

    There are amenities onsite, including a large saltwater pool, a pub in the basement, a game room and a gym. 

    The house, built in 1930, was owned by Edward and Mary Norton for nearly 60 years until they sold it in 2012 for $1.7 million. 

    Renovations on the home took place from 2012 to 2016. It sold in 2016 for $2.4 million.

    Renovations on the home took place - like the addition of this fireplace in the outdoor area near the pool - took place from 2012 to 2016. The home sold in 2016 for $2.4 million

    Renovations on the home took place – like the addition of this fireplace in the outdoor area near the pool – took place from 2012 to 2016. The home sold in 2016 for $2.4 million

    An estate agent said that the completely renovated kitchen 'is to die for. It has anything you would want for entertaining ¿ big open space, a huge island, and a very large eating area that opens up to the yard and pool.'

    An estate agent said that the completely renovated kitchen ‘is to die for. It has anything you would want for entertaining – big open space, a huge island, and a very large eating area that opens up to the yard and pool.’

    There are several amenities available at the house, including a large saltwater pool, a pub in the basement (pictured), a game room, and a gym. Guests can use all these for just $50 a night

    There are several amenities available at the house, including a large saltwater pool, a pub in the basement (pictured), a game room, and a gym. Guests can use all these for just $50 a night

    ‘The kitchen is to die for,’ estate agent Joseph Profaci told the Staten Island Advance back in 2016. ‘It has anything you would want for entertaining – big open space, a huge island, and a very large eating area that opens up to the yard and pool.

    ‘My favorite feature of the house is a door on the first floor by the dining room that looks like an old, wood ‘speak easy’ door that leads down to the basement where there is a pub and nama nama situs judi slot online a game room, which really is the ultimate man cave. It has a big, beautiful stone fireplace in it.’

    The home got its claim-to-fame when it was recommended to location scouts by Staten Island-native Gianni Russo, the actor who played Carlo Rizzi, Corleone’s son-in-law, The Guardian reports.

    The posting on Airbnb describes the home as a 'charming but expansive' property that has undergone renovations and is completely modernized, while still being recognizable from the exterior for its appearance in 'The Godfather'

    The posting on Airbnb describes the home as a ‘charming but expansive’ property that has undergone renovations and is completely modernized, while still being recognizable from the exterior for its appearance in ‘The Godfather’

    The master bedroom (pictured) features views out across the property's backyard, where The Godfather's wedding scene was filmed

    The master bedroom (pictured) features views out across the property’s backyard, where The Godfather’s wedding scene was filmed

    The master bedroom en-suite (pictured) retains a vintage feel. The home was used in the movie by location scouts after recommended to them by one of the film's actors

    The master bedroom en-suite (pictured) retains a vintage feel. The home was used in the movie by location scouts after recommended to them by one of the film’s actors 

    Although only the exterior of the house was used for filming, several rooms, including an office were recreated to be replicas

    Although only the exterior of the house was used for filming, several rooms, including an office were recreated to be replicas 

    Boasting five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, the home is 'most suitable for two adults and three children'

    Boasting five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, the home is ‘most suitable for two adults and three children’

    The house, built in 1930, was owned by Edward and Mary Norton for nearly 60 years until they sold it in 2012 for $1.7 million. Renovations on the home took place from 2012 to 2016. It sold in 2016 for $2.4 million

    The house, built in 1930, was owned by Edward and Mary Norton for nearly 60 years until they sold it in 2012 for $1.7 million. Renovations on the home took place from 2012 to 2016. It sold in 2016 for $2.4 million 

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