The house used for the exterior shots of Tony Montana's Coral Gables estate in that 1983 classic Miami flick Scarface has hit the rental market for a cool $30,000 a month according to Curbed National, and guess what, it's not actually in Miami. Fakers. The house is actually a Bertram Goodhue-designed estate called El Fureidis way off in Santa Barbara, California, completed way back in 1906. BTW, El Fureidis is spanish for 'Little Paradise.' How nice. Click on over to Curbed National for more pictures of what fake Miami looks like.
· 'Little Paradise' from Scarface [Curbed National]