After the success of the recent listing of The Godfather Horse Head House for $135 million, it should come as no surprise that the other houses from The Godfather series are also coming up for sale. The most recent addition is The Godfather: Part II house used as the location of Corleone’s son’s first communion party. This particular house in Lake Tahoe was featured in the trilogy’s second film and includes a 4,200 square-foot interior, four bedrooms, five baths, wood beam ceilings, polished granite kitchen, five ensuite bedrooms, fireplaces, beautiful views, expansive glass windows, lake access, and plenty of other features that make this one of the most well appointed we’d want to live in–regardless of the fact it has a Hollywood film pedigree. If you have more than five million bucks to drop on a living space, snatch up this property before everyone else realizes how much it’s worth.
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