If you’re a ‘legitimate businessman’ ready to dip a toe in the real estate market, you’re in luck.
The mansion belonging to Vito Corleone, the character made famous by Marlon Brando in The Godfather, is up for sale, Metro reports.
The home, in Staten Island, New York, is on the market for a cool $2.9 million.
The exterior of the property appeared in the opening scene of the 1972 film, directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
The lucky buyer will be able to stroll around the 24,000sq foot garden as if it was the day of their daughter’s wedding, pondering protection rings and horse decapitation while jealous neighbours look on.
The 1930s home is being marketed by New York-based Connie Profaci Realty.
Joseph Profaci, managing principal for the agent, said, ‘the connection to the film certainly gives the home a certain cache for movie buffs.’