“Godfather” House Still For Sale

The iconic Godfather house on Staten Island is still for sale, but apparently, not for long. According to the Post, two different buyers have bid on the historic abode, which is still officially on the market for $2.25 million. The easily recognizable crib was used as the Corleone clan's mansion in the flick. View the listing.

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The iconic Godfather house on Staten Island is still for sale, but apparently, not for long. According to the Post, two different buyers have bid on the historic abode, which is still officially on the market for $2.25 million. The easily recognizable crib was used as the Corleone clan's mansion in the flick. View the listing.
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The historic house was originally built for Joseph Palma in 1930. Palma, who would eventually become Staten Island's borough president in 1933, had 11 kiddos so the home was designed to accommodate all of his little ones with eight bedrooms and five baths.
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Despite it's renowned history, the current owners, who have owned the home for nearly six decades, have been unsuccessful finding a serious buyer. The pad was most recently chopped to $2.25 million from $2.9 million.
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The house spans 6,248 square feet and comes with a swimming pool, fully finished basement, a four-car garage, fireplaces, and a deck.
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