Decades have passed since we first met the Corleone family in 'The Godfather,' and the mystique just keeps pulling us back in. So we weren't shocked to find that a Staten Island, NY, home used in the film ranks as this week's most popular home on realtor.com®.
The property on the market served as Michael Corleone's residence—one of three that made up the fictional Corleone family compound in the 1972 classic. The main Corleone residence, where the film's legendary wedding scene took place, is right next door.
Much of the property is unchanged from the 1970s, so it's likely to feel familiar to fans. Quite apart from its sparkling Hollywood cred, it is a lovely family home sitting on a large lot at the dead end of a tree-lined street. The fact that Marlon Brando probably passed the time there is just one of its many selling points.