Leave the gun. Take the cannolis. You’ll need them as a bargaining tool to own the house from the iconic movie The Godfather.
California’s most expensive home hit the market over the weekend. Situated in a quaint little town called Beverly Hills, the mega-mansion once the abode of William Randolph Hearst is listed at $135 million.
Built in the 1920s by banker Milton Getz, the amazing property has five-buildings, thirty-six bathrooms, a dining room that can hold 400 people, its own nightclub, an eight-car garage, three swimming pools and a 50-foot long entry hall. Very cozy.
Once a honeymoon spot for John F. Kennedy and Jackie, the home is currently occupied by attorney and investor Leonard M. Ross. He’s not so famous.
The home was the location for the famous Godfather scene involving the horse head. So, counting the honeymoon, that means the beds have been stained with blood twice.