120 Longfellow Ave, Staten Island, New York is a Tudor styled home nestled at the end of a dead end street was used in the filming of the famous movie "The Godfather". Included in this price is not only the house but two large lots in the rear going all the way back to quiet Douglas Road on Emerson Hill. Totaling over 17,000 square feet of property.
Formal Living Room
This formal living room has original beamed ceilings and a marble wood burning fireplace. The beautiful hardwood floors stretch through the room and into the sun room which lies adjacent. This sun room has original stained glass windows which gives it an incredible feel on bright, sunny mornings.
The family room is just off of the kitchen. One of its main features is another beautiful stone, wood burning fireplace. This room is great for families to get cozy and watch a movie or have a game night.
Full Finished Basement
This basement is fully finished with high ceilings. Tons of storage available with closets and sectioned off rooms. Great place for an office or workout area or even a play room.
Incredible, Must See Home!
This all brick Tudor home has a total of three fireplaces in a very quiet settings. The house boasts personality with its four bedrooms, family room, newly finished basement, and huge rear yard. Great place for entertaining or just relaxing with the family.