Residents of the City of Miami will always have a spot in their heart for the movie Scarface, starring Al Pacino as an ambitious Cuban immigrant trying to live the American dream. Tony Montana’s house in the movie Scarface is actually located in Santa Barbara, California and is currently accessible for rent at a price of $30,000 a month. The estate covers over 10-acres of land and reportedly has a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean.
“A cult classic; Brian De Palma directed 1983 American epic gangster film ‘Scarface’ is not only renowned for excessive violence, graphic language, and iconic actor Al Pacino’s marvelous character portrayal as Tony Montana, a Cuban refugee who becomes a drug cartel kingpin in his quest for the American Dream, but also for the Montana’s ultra-luxurious estate which was the location of one of the most iconic scenes from the film. Now, the very same Mediterranean-style home with the famous large white fountain in the front, known as El Fureidis or Little Paradise or Scarface Mansion, chosen by De Palma as the expression of ultimate luxury mansion for the classic film, is now up for rent for $30k per month. Originally located in Santa Barbara, not in Miami as depicted in the movie, this gigantic and one of Santa Barbara’s most significant Mediterranean estates, is certainly worthy of gangster-style life.”