For $2.9M You Can Live Like A Godfather – Break Out The Cannoli

In 1972 the movie the Godfather was filmed at a home located in Staten Island. Now the family that owns the home is putting the house on the market for $2.9M. The house is described as:

ENCHANTING ENGLISH TUDOR, PARKLIKE 24,000 SQ FT GROUNDS, SELECTED LOCATION FOR FILMING “THE GODFATHER”, 12 ROOMS, 8 BEDROOMS, 4 1/2 BATHS, 2 FIREPLACES, PUB BASEMENT, 4 CAR GARAGE, INGROUND POOL.

When the movie was being made the stone fence and iron gate were added, which is pictured on the left. This is how the home looks today pictured on the right.

Maybe you could make them an offer they can’t refuse.

Comments welcome.

Source – Connie Profaci Realty

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I have been writing for LockerGnome since relocating to Missouri seven years ago, where I continue to be a technology enthusiast who enjoys playing with the newest and latest gadgets.

  • leftystrat

    I don’t like most cheese, except for pizza and whatever they put in cannolis.

    But then again, I’d probably eat cardboard if there were enough sugar on it.

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    Note that some of the world operates at 50 Hz instead of 60 Hz AC.

  • Anonymous

    the big difference between AC-DC is {skin effect}

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YH4DJV2DL2BVPNX3M5HGCDFISU Jay S

    Edison created the first electronic or should it say electric power transmission?

  • Anonymous

    You’ve missed one important element in your excellent summary. That is the role of International Standardization. Note the international in this respect (as opposed to regional or national) since that is what allows trade to take place across frontiers, from one individual country to another.

    Everyone needs standards that provide a common “language” in terms of electrotechnical measurements and specifications to which everyone can refer. They ensure that manufacturers can trade what they produce; traders can import or export; importers or exporters can cross frontiers in full respect of governmental regulations; regulators or governments have some sort of measure on which to base their legislation and testers can carry out conformity assessments to ensure that legislation is adhered to so that the user remains safe.

    Those measures are the International Standards on which the manufacturers within their various Technical Committees have agreed. They have come to consensus of opinion about what it is that makes a particular specification safe, efficient, functional and interoperable.

    In short, within an international organization such as the IEC that is responsible for global standards in electricity and electronics and so on, you have representatives from industry throughout the world, often from competitive companies, who come together and define a multitude of devices and systems.

    One of these is the universal adaptor.