Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

Got a spare €33.2m lying behind the couch cushions? Well if you do, you could become the owner of a piece of Hollywood history.

Tony Montana's mansion from the 1983 film Scarface has recently come on the market for a cool $35,000,000 dollars.

Watch the overhead video of the property here but make sure you check out the pictures below the video as well.

'El Fureidis' - located in Montecito, California - has four bedrooms, nine bathrooms, Persian gardens, pools and terraces.

Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

The extravagant home has ceilings painted with 24k gold-leaf, having under gone multi-million dollar renovations in recent years.

Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

We're going to let the pictures of this place do the talking.

Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

This amazing property is built on over 10 acres of land in the hills of Southern California.

Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

The halls of this mansion have hosted many VIP's over the years such as Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and John F.Kennedy.

Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

Imagine the parties you could have in this luxury spot! Oh how we want it!

Video: Tony Montana’s ’Scarface’ mansion is for sale and we want it

The property is most famous however for being the home of being the home of drug kingpin Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino in the movie Scarface.

For more information on the property, or if you have a spare few bob lying around and would like to make an offer, click here.

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