This is a house no movie buff could forget.
All you have to do is catch a glimpse of this stately Staten Island, N.Y., home and you can practically hear composer Nino Rota's iconic score.
"At the onset, we had a flow of movie aficionados interested," says Connie Profaci of Connie Profaci Realty. Media interest came from as far away as Austria.
In the movie, the cameras never shot inside the eight-bedroom mansion. Instead, it was the driveway, exterior, pool and grounds that served as the backdrop for the Corleone family and their associates, she says.
But Profaci has staged the home office with a large desk and wooden blinds reminiscent of Don Vito Corleone's office from the movie set.
The 6,250-square-foot brick home is built in the English Tudor style and comes complete with a billiard room and a pub.
Asking price: $2.25 million. So far, no one has made an offer the sellers couldn't refuse.