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Scarface Director Lists Stunning $4.25 Million Santa Monica Mansion: Take A Peek Inside!

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Jan. 18 2012, Updated 10:00 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

Famed Hollywood director Brian De Palma has listed his Santa Monica mansion for a cool $4.25 million, and RadarOnline.com can take you inside the stunning abode!

De Palma is the man behind Al Pacino’s noted portrayal of Cuban mobster Tony Montana in Scarface as well as other smash hit thrillers, The Untouchables, Dressed to Kill, and Mission: Impossible, and there’s no doubting it’s an absolute thrill to take a peek inside the home the movies help buy.

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The 4,200-square feet mansion has 3-bedrooms, 3-bathrooms and oozes Mediterranean luxury with a spacious first-floor living room and two-story, vaulted ceiling den, according to our friends at Zillow.com.

The huge master suite includes a private balcony and walk-in closet and is situated on the top floor along with the other two spacious bedrooms.

The meticulously landscaped quarter-acre grounds feature an outdoor patio with fireplace, swimming pool, and a detached guest suite.

And when it comes to the age old real estate mantra — location, location, location — it couldn’t get any better, sitting just a block from the beautiful Santa Monica State Beach Park.

Property records show De Palma purchased the home for $968,500 back in 1994 -- listed now at $4.25 million, the asking price is 339% higher than the original purchase price.

Housing slump..... What housing slump?

According to Zillow’s mortgage calculator, a monthly payment on De Palma’s home would be $15,644, assuming a 20 percent down payment on a 30-year-mortgage.

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