Designed by architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and built all the way back in 1906, this stunning residence served as the home for drug kingpin Tony Montana in the 1983 classic drug movie Scarface.
In the movie the dwelling was located in Miami, Florida, but in real life the home is actually situated in the beautiful area of Santa Barbara, California. The home is massive, spanning 10,000 square feet, and resting over 10 acres of land. All 4 bedrooms, a swimming pool, a guest house, and of course the amazing views of the Pacific Ocean can all be yours for a cool $30,000 dollars month, the going rate for the house on the rental market. [Via]