Vito Corleone’s ‘The Godfather’ Mansion Is Available To Rent On Airbnb
You can rent the stately Staten Island mansion from “The Godfather” for a shockingly cheap price this summer.
Airbnb is making The Godfather fans an offer they can’t refuse.
In celebration of the iconic mob movie’s 50th anniversary, the Staten Island Tudor home featured as the stately residence of Marlon Brando’s Vito Corleone is available to rent this summer.
While the regal exterior of the 6,248-square-foot mansion appears as it did on the silver screen back in 1972, the five bedroom, six-bathroom interior has been almost entirely modernized, with a large saltwater swimming pool, a renovated chef’s kitchen, and a home gym, among other amenities.
Touches of the disco decade are still visible, notably in the wood-paneled bar and game room, where there’s a retro-style pool table and a pair of medieval chandeliers.
This Godfather mansion isn’t to be confused with another estate making the rounds that was also featured prominently in director Francis Ford Coppola’s stone-cold classic.
Business Insider reports that a Beverly Hills property once owned by William Randolph Hearst appeared as the home of character Jack Woltz, a movie producer who infamously wakes next to a horse’s head after crossing the Corleone family.
L.A. real estate firm Amalfi Estates has listed the property for $89.75 million—down from $105 million since the previous owner declared bankruptcy.
But the Staten Island Airbnb is shockingly affordable entrant in New York City’s record-breaking rental market, with bookings available beginning 1 p.m. EST for a 30-night stay taking place from Aug. 1 to 31 at just $50 per night, for a grand total of only $1,500 for the whole month.