The Godfather is the greatest gangster film of all time. The mansion featuring in the classic flick has just been put on the market for an astronomical US$135 million. Known as the Beverly House (it is located in Beverly Hills), the massive 153,692 square foot estate was built in 1927 by famous architect Gordon B. Kaufmann, who's also responsible for the Hollywood Palladium, Hoover Dam and Santa Anita Racetrack.
In the film, the epic Mediterranean-style home is owned by Jack Woltz, a successful movie producer who crosses the Corleone family and ends up with the head of his prized racehorse in his bed.
The property includes 19 bedrooms, 29 bathrooms, a two-story library, two swimming pools and manicured gardens designed by landscape architect Paul Thiene. Many of the rooms' interiors feature touches of gold, hand-carved panelling and arched ceilings. The living room has a 22-foot high arched ceiling and is sometimes used as a ballroom. There's also an in-home theatre with a drop-down projection screen, billiards room and a majestic fireplace from Hearst Castle.
The property is listed by Jade Mills Estates and you can find further details regarding the sale here.