The estate that Al Pacino’s violent Tony Montana called home in “Scarface” has just been deeply discounted to $17.9 million. That’s 49% below $35-million asking price when it hit the market one year ago.
The 10-plus acre property is in Santa Barbara, not in Tony Montana’s decadent — and fictional — corner of Miami. The remodeled 1906 home measures 9,816 square feet and has 4 bedrooms, 5 full baths and 4 partial baths.
The home is classically designed, with ornate moldings and gold-leaf ceiling details. Many rooms open to the outdoors, including onto patios, balconies and decks.
The grounds are as elaborate as the interior, with lush landscaping and multiple pools and fountains.
The listing is held by Emily Kellenberger and Riskin Partners of Village Properties Realtors/Christie’s International Real Estate.