The four bedroom, two-bathroom Santa Barbara home where hit movie “Scarface” was filmed has hit the rental market for $30,000 per month. Designed by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue, the home is known as one of Santa Barbara’s most magnificent estates.
Situated on 10 private acres of land, the home features exquisite views, beautiful landscaping, cascading pools, an interior courtyard, a motor court, multiple verandas and a rooftop terrace. There is also, of course, the recognizable large white fountain in the front, which was heavily featured in the iconic 1983 film. “Scarface” director Brian De Palma reportedly chose the home as the “expression of the ultimate luxury estate”. According to Village Properties, the home is a single-family residence with 9,816 square feet.
The home, which is often referred to as El Fureidis, is located at 631 Para Grande Ln, Santa Barbara, CA 93108.