A peek inside the 'Scarface' mansion
The iconic Californian villa where Brian de Palma shot Scarface is available to rent, for $10,000 a week or $30,000 a month.
Fans of legendary Cuban-American gangster Tony Montana, portrayed by Al Pacino in the 1983 movie, will be able to walk in the character's footsteps in the Santa Barbara, California home.
The luxurious mansion, whose name translates as 'Little Paradise,' offers four bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The 10-acre property is home to six shimmering pools terraced on different levels and a rare tree collection.
A private chef can even cook for tenants during their entire stay or just for a lunch or dinner.