Celebrate the Godfather’s 50th birthday with a look at Corleone’s house, and how to book a stay

I’m going to make you a rental offer you can’t refuse.

One lucky person and four other guests have the opportunity to rent the house used as the residence of Don Corleone and his family in the Oscar-winning 1972 film The Godfather.

The 6,248-square-foot home is available on Airbnb for a one-time rental — a 30-day term — in August. Reservations can be made beginning Wednesday, July 27 at 1 p.m. ET for the first person to submit a winning bid.

The rental cost of the house is $50 per night.

Built in 1930, the house is located in the Emerson Hill neighborhood on Staten Island in New York. Yes, Staten Island. It’s not the setting of the movie, but it’s where the house used for the exteriors is.

It retains the same look as shown in the film, minus the retaining walls around the exterior that were added by film crews at the time.

The interior has undergone renovations and is completely modernized, according to the Airbnb listing.

During their stay, guests will have access to the full mansion, which includes five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

In addition to modern kitchen and living areas, the house has a large saltwater swimming pool, basement pub, games room and gym.

There will be limited access to storage space in the basement and attic, but otherwise guests will have full access to everything.

The master bedroom has a king-size bed, while three bedrooms have queen beds. A fifth bedroom has two single beds. This gives customers plenty of choice, given that only five people will be allowed in the rental agreement.

Other amenities include a pool table, outdoor dining area and patio furniture, in-house Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and more.

The owners note that the house is located in a quiet neighborhood, so no outside or additional guests will be allowed in the house.

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