The godfather’s house is now on Airbnb

Airbnb’s latest announcement is The Godfather house. Diehard fans of the film have the opportunity to spend a summer getaway in the English Tudor that served as the exterior of Vito Corleone’s home in the iconic Mafia movie from 1972. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film’s release, the 6,248 square foot Staten Island manse will be available for Airbnb booking for 30 nights at $50 per night during the month of August.

Prospective guests will need to set their alarms at 1:00 p.m. EDT on July 27 when the reservation opens to the public on the Airbnb listing. The stately home, which last sold in 2016 for $2.4 million, joins the ranks of a host of remarkable Airbnb stays. In 2020, the site offered a similar opportunity for fans of The prince of Bel-Air to stay at the iconic mansion featured in the 90s sitcom, and in 2021, Wes Anderson fans were tuned a stay in the brown sandstone from The Royal Tenenbaums.

The yard and the swimming pool.

Photo: Marc McAndrews

Whoever manages to make the reservation before other eager fans will enjoy a private stay for up to five people in the five-bed, seven-bathroom home, which sits on a spacious 24,000 square foot lot. While the 1930-built exterior looks a lot like the one in the movie, the interior has been updated with modern touches. Amenities include a English pub-inspired bar in the basement, a game room, a gym, two fireplaces and a large saltwater pool in the backyard. A charming old stone wall borders the property.

The kitchen.

Photo: Marc McAndrews

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