We've all seen some pretty incredible bachelor pads on the big screen.
We showed you that insane "James Bond"-inspired mansion in Beverly Hills a while back, and if you thought that was awesome, you'll be glad to know there's another house heating up the real estate scene.
Feast your eyes on one of the newest listings in Santa Barbara, California.
If this home looks vaguely familiar, it's probably because you've seen it before.
Remember Tony Montana's epic Miami mansion in the movie "Scarface?"
Well, Hollywood lied to you. It's not in Miami at all. The house is actually in Santa Barbara, and if you have an extra $35 million, it can now be yours.
Designed by the renowned architect Grosvenor Goodhue, this 10,000-square-foot mansion, built in 1906, is the epitome of extravagance.
In addition to the bachelor pad basics, this four-bedroom home features all of the lavish amenities any Cuban drug lord would demand, such as heated floors, steam showers, beautiful fountains, stunning views of the Pacific and, of course, an awesome swimming pool.
If that's not impressive enough, this gorgeous property also comes with its very own guest residence. You can have some alone time to reenact all of your favorite scenes from the movie without anyone judging your horrible acting abilities.