‘Scarface’ mansion up for sale in Santa Barbara

Mar 22, 2015, 11:05 AM | Updated: 11:06 am

“Say hello to my little house!”

Actually it’s not so little. It’s a huge Santa Barbara mansion where the classic movie “Scarface” was filmed in 1983. In fact, star Al Pacino’s infamous line, “Say hello to my little friend!” was shouted inside the massive Mediterranean estate.

The four-bedroom, nine-bathroom home was built in 1906. It sits on 10 acres and features a unique Roman-style decor, complete with painted gold leaf ceilings and a pool with fountains, Zillow reported in May 2014.

For just a measly $35 million, you can be the proud new owner of this estate. The home last sold for $6.23 million in 2009 and was available to rent in 2012 at $30,000 a month.

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‘Scarface’ mansion up for sale in Santa Barbara