Tony Montana’s luxury mansion used during filming of “Scarface” is on sale for a cool $35 million. Located in Montecito, CA, the “El Fureidis” mansion comes with four bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a whopping 10 acres of land. The Mediterranean marvel was designed by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue in 1906, and became famous on the silver screen for the 1983 film Scarface, and the wedding scene of Michele Pfeiffer and Al Pacino. Watch the video showcasing the mansion below, and you can also check out the mansion’s real estate listing right here. Fancy upgrading your pad?