NEW YORK --
Fans of "The Godfather" will now have a chance to live in the mansion used during filming of the 1972 mobster movie--that's if they have the money for it. The eight-bedroom New York City
mansion has been put on sale and the asking price is $2.9 million or an offer the owners can't refuse.
The house has two fireplaces, a basement pub, a four-car garage and an in-ground pool.
The Francis Ford Coppola-directed movie starred Marlon Brando as the fictitious mobster Vito Corleone and actors Al Pacino and Robert Duvall.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.