The Mediterranean compound in Montecito, California, made famous by the 1983 film 'Scarface' has hit the market with gusto.
The Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com report the neoclassic estate with movie pedigree is listed for $35 million-- a sum Tony Montana wouldn't turn his nose up to.
The 10,000-square foot floor plan features four bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a rooftop deck with views of the Channel Islands, 24-carat gold leaf finishes on the interior, barreled ceiling and a central alcove with an 18-foot domed ceilling.
Outside, the lush and relaxed grounds carry on the Mediterranean influences with various gardens, cascading pools, water features, and a two-level patio that was used to film the wedding scene in the movie.
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