In California, on Lake Tahoe, the The Fleur du Lac Estate mansion was put up for sale, where they shot the second part of the criminal saga "The Godfather". It was here that the scene was shot, as Michael Corleone orders to kill his brother, looking at the sunset over the lake.
The mansion was built back in 1935, but was later restored in a modern style as conceived by the American businessman Henry J. Kaiser.
For $ 5.5 million, the buyer is offered a huge mansion with an area of 390 square meters, which houses 4 bedrooms, a kitchen and 5 bathrooms.
The house also has a living room with a gorgeous view of the lake and a stone hearth surrounded by glass. The estate has a swimming pool, tennis courts, a yacht club, boathouse and a private beach.
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