If you’ve been looking to expand your real estate portfolio, you could be the proud owner of this Montecito, California estate known as “El Furedis,” but perhaps best known as Tony Montana’s mansion in the 1983 classic Scarface. Fans of the film will recognized the lavish estate from Tony and Elvira’s wedding scene, but it turns out the not-so-humble abode has been host to numerous famous guests over the years including Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Charles Chaplin and John F. Kennedy. Designed by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue, who is known mainly for his churches, museums and monumental buildings, the home dates back to 1906 and includes such historic details as an 18-ft central dome, byzantine-style alcove, and a scene of Alexander the Great conquering Persepolis. It was also recently updated to include new technology such as radiant floor heating, steam showers and high-end appliances. All this could be yours, for the cool price of $34 million USD.