"I'll make him an offer he can't refuse."
STATEN ISLAND, NY— The person ready to pay $2.9 million could be the next Don Corleone.
The iconic home that housed the Corleone family in Francis Ford Coppola's “The Godfather” is up for sale in Staten Island. The home has been listed at $2.9 million by the Norton family after owning the house for 50 years.
Coppola's crew did extensive work at the home— they filmed at the residence for a year and a half. The crew built the walls and gate surrounding the house in the film.
Some of the most memorable scenes were Marlon Brando's death; Connie's wedding; and Sonny's confrontation with Carlo.
Above compiled from Local 4 News and CBS.