Corleone Mansion From The Godfather

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This 4 acre estate in Staten Island’s affluent Todt Hill neighborhood was used as a filming for Francis Ford Coppola's mafia movie "The Godfather" in 1972. The estate consists of a 8 bedroom, 5 bathroom, English Tudor mansion which features a 4 car garage, two fireplaces, an English pub and a swimming pool. The estate was listed on the market in 2010 for $3 Million, then it was relisted twice - in 2014 for $3 Million and in 2019 for $1.37 Million. It was also listed for rent on AirBnb in 2022 for $50 a night.
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@ 2010-10-16 07:58:29
this post is incorrect there is no road called longfellow road in staten island, and alhough there is a 140 Longfellow ave, on the island , there isnt enough space for the scene in the godfather
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@ 2024-02-16 21:05:12
What's the mailing address to Salvatore Gravano at his Lavish Mansion in Arizona?