Beverly House, the iconic film location for The Godfather and The Bodyguard, has hit the rental market for a staggering $600,000 a month, property blog Trulia has reported.
Used for the most iconic horse-head scene in the Francis Ford Coppola classic, the home is located in the Hollywood Hills and is just three blocks from the glamourous Sunset Boulevard.
The sprawling property sits on 3.7 acres with original landscaping and boasts of 29 bedrooms, 40 bathrooms, waterfalls and a pool.
Among the other standout features is a billiard room, a tennis court with its own indoor bar and media center, spa facilities with a gym and massage, a nightclub, a wine cellar and a family room with terrace that can accommodate up to 400 people, Trulia reports.
The estate was also the former home of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marian Davies, as well as the honeymoon venue for John F Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Onassis in 1953.
It was featured in both The Bodyguard as Whitney Houston's house and in The Godfather as the home of horse-loving producer Jack Woltz
It was listed in 2007 for $165 million and was LA's most expensive property yet.
However the owner Leonard M Ross slashed the asking price to $95 million after filing for bankruptcy, according to the LA Times.