The real mansion from Scarface—the iconic Brian de Palma movie starring Al Pacino as drug lord Tony Montana—has hit the property market and its location may be its biggest surprise after the $35m asking price: It is not in Miami at all but in California. Take this virtual tour of El Fureidis, as the property is called.
In 1984, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs purchased Jackling House, a mansion that had been built for the copper magnate Daniel Cowan Jackling. Although Jobs had the building demolished last year prior to his death, it spent several years as a crumbling ruin of its former glory, a fading memorial to one of the great…
Why spend thousands of dollars on World Series tickets for a game that's going to end in a couple of hours, when you can put that money towards a real investment like this multi-million dollar estate that comes complete with a private baseball diamond?
Have you ever heard the strange story of Disney's legendary haunting, the Hatbox Ghost? The creature made his first appearance in the Haunted Mansion ride, and then disappeared — forever! Until now... someone has recorded his existence, many moons ago!
Health officials have confirmed that the "whirlpool spa" aka the hot tub aka probably the grotto at the Playboy Mansion was ground zero for a legionella bacteria outbreak. It's being held responsible for causing a number of people to get sick at an early February conference.
There are very few details about a Palm device codenamed "Mansion" right now, but PreCentral has a tipster claiming that it will be a WebOS device with a nice 800x480 screen and absolutely no physical keyboard.
You knew Steve Jobs was tearing down his old mansion. You didn't know what he was building in its place. Until now.
In 1984, Steve Jobs purchased the 17,250, 14-bedroom Spanish Colonial Revival Jackling House. Built in 1925 by copper mining mogul Daniel Jackling, many thought it historic, but Jobs never really liked the home.
If you have fallen a little short of the $50 million price tag for a Poseidon 180, fret not, the Jelly-fish 45 Habitat will set you back only a mere $2.5 million. Bargain! Designed by Giancarlo Zema, the "floating dwelling" comprises five separate levels all connected by a snazzy spiral staircase.