The Godfather Mansion

Live it up Don Corleone-style in The Godfather Mansion ($2.9 million). Located on Staten Island and used during the filming of 1972's The Godfather, this gigantic English Tudor home features eight bedrooms, three and a half baths, a den, eat-in kitchen, and laundry room with chute spread across three floors, plus a finished basement with an English pub, a three-quarter bath, a rec room, and more cred than any special edition DVD set is ever going to get you.

  • Pabst Brewing Co.

    While we doubt it will get you into any beer commercials, pledging a few bucks towards the purchase of the Pabst Brewing Co. will no doubt make your day better. This crowdsourcing effort asks each potential "owner" to make a pledge of $5, $25, $100, or $250,000 towards the $300 million asking price for this well-known Milwaukee brewery. A certificate of ownership, and a lifetime's supply of PBR, awaits. Thanks to Flickr user compujeramey for the choice photo.

  • Tumbleweed Tiny Houses

    When most people think of tiny houses, they think of the quaint, smallish-homes one finds in older neighborhoods, built back before the rise of the McMansion. But Tumbleweed Tiny Houses ($39,000 and up) make those homes looks like mansions in their own right. Ranging from 65 to 130 sq. ft. — plans for "Small" houses ranging from 251 to 774 sq. ft. are also available — these tiny homes are built with a goal of minimal environmental impact and maximum use of space, and since they sit on wheels, arriving pre-assembled, no building permit is required. Perfect for a backyard shack, rustic weekend getaway, or the modern nomad.

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