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Mob house stays in the family

December 13, 2010 01:06PM

“The Godfather” house at 110 Longfellow Avenue

In a real estate deal gone full circle, the daughter-in-law of the real-life inspiration for Don Corleone, “Olive Oil King” Joe Profaci, is marketing the Staten Island home made famous in “The Godfather” films, according to the New York Post. Connie Profaci, head of her eponymous real estate firm, is married to John Profaci, founder of Colavita USA olive oil importers. The home, located at 110 Longfellow Avenue in Emerson Hill, was made famous when it was featured in “The Godfather,” and was the former abode of Gambino crime boss Paul Castellano. The residence’s asking price was not immediately clear. [Post]

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