It’s every dude’s fantasy come true…
Tony Montana’s house, the one that was featured in the infamous 1983 Al Pacino gangster film Scarface, is officially available for rent. Meaning anyone can live like a cash-rich, drug smuggling kingpin—you know, without the cash-rich, drug smuggling kingpin part…
The gangster pad is available at the low-low price of $30,000 a month. Worth it, right?
If you’re not convinced, allow me to tantalize you with the palace’s thug life-approved features. For starters it has a six-bedroom, five-bath and 10,000 square foot layout, so there’s plenty of room to store all of your illegal contraband.
According to AOL's report, the estate featurues “four terraced pools that descend” and “towering palms” in the gardens that probably still have some of the massive amounts of movie blood soaked into its soil.
There’s a lower ground casino, as well as stretching verandas and a motor court that border a spanning inner courtyard.
We can only assume that the rental also comes with a complementary closet full of ‘80s pimp suits and a pile of cocaine…
The mansion would built in 1906 and sits on a ten-acre lot. And, get this—it’s located in Santa Barbara, overlooking to blue glassy Pacific Ocean’s surface. Which, if my Scarface trivia serves me right, is the wrong body of water.
Fun fact: A lot of Scarface was filmed in the Los Angeles area, 3,000 plus miles away from its Miami setting.
The house was initially listed for the hard-hitting price of $35 million, before being reduced to $6.239 million when it was gobbled up in 2009.
Wow, I just got through a whole Scarefare story without saying, “Say hello to my little friend.” Please excuse me while I go pat myself on the back.