Your Chance to Rent the “Scarface” Mansion

Posted on: November 27th, 2012 at 6:48 am by

Somewhat old news, but what the hell; it’s never too late to have your dream fully realized. For a paltry sum of $10,000 per week ($30,000 per month), you can lease the illustrious mansion where Tony Montana himself met an epic downfall in Scarface. You know, the one where he snorts a mountain of coke off his desk and implores the enemy to say hello to one of his little friends.

While the 1983 film pegs the villa, dubbed El Fureidis (“Little Paradise”), as property of Coral Gables, it’s in fact located in Santa Barbara, California. Prospective renters have access to four bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Not to mention ten acres of pools, terraces, and trees.

It’s totally unavoidable:

h/t [Hyun Kim]

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