The Infamous Scarface Mansion Hits the Market For $35 Million
Any Scarface fan will remember the sprawling Neoclassical estate where a number of pivotal scenes in the 1983 Al Pacino film were shot. If the thought of sleeping where drug lord Tony Montana was killed by assassins ever crossed your mind, now's your chance: the 10-acre estate in Santa Barbara, CA enclave Montecito (not in Florida, as depicted) has just hit the market to the tune of $35 million, according to Emily McBride Kellenberger of Village Properties. It was designed by American architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue for a wealthy New York transplant in the early 1900s. Recently renovated, the 10,000-square-foot house features four bedrooms, nine bathrooms, views of the Pacific Ocean and the Channel Islands, 10 acres of Persian gardens, an 18-foot-high domed ceiling, and a 24-carat-gold barrel-vaulted dining room ceiling depicting a scene of Alexander the Great conquering Persepolis. Sounds like a total dump. Watch the video below for a tour of the house. Head to Wall Street Journal to read more.