The English Tudor mansion at 110 Longfellow Avenue in Staten Island, which famously served as the Corleone home base in The Godfather, was put on the market in 2010 for $2.9 million and eventually sold (after some pricechopping and a visit from Barbara Corcoran) for $1.6875 million in 2012. Now its back, asking $2.85 million, and there are actual pictures of the inside. Some of the rooms, such as the office and the one where The Godfather is playing on TV, look like rooms in which Don Corleone could have conceivably spent time. Others, such as the ones painted purple and light green and filled with toys, do not. (They seem right up Fredo's alley, though.) Pro tip: try making the owners a lowball offer on the day of their daughter's wedding.