It seems that Tony Montana’s Miami mansion in Scarface was really in Santa Barbara. Yes, shocker –Hollywood lied to you. It’s made to look over the top tacky onscreen but the real mansion was designed by the architect Grosvenor Goodhue in 1906 and is the pinnacle of extravagant elegance. This four-bedroom, 10,000 square foot home fit for a Cuban drug lord has heated floors, steam showers, fountains, stunning ocean views, a MAJOR swimming pool and a guest house. But the crowd the Scarface house appeals to must be limited, really. If you have the $35 million dollar asking price, it’s not something you are looking for so it might be left out of high-end marketing materials unless an actual drug lord is house hunting.
(via Elite Daily)