Al Capone’s jaw-dropping Florida island hideaway is still on the market
Apparently in the mob world there are certainly offers you can refuse. Famed mobster Al Capone’s legendary home on Palm Island in Miami Beach has been on the market since 2018 with an original asking price of $14.9 million.
Now, the famed hideaway has witnessed a massive price reduction, and is currently going for $12.95 million.
Built in 1922 and located at 93 Palm Ave., the four-bedroom villa comes with a pool, a 100-feet of waterfront on Biscayne Bay and a two-story cabana.
Purchased by Capone in 1928 for $40,000, the 6,077 square-foot house was his permanent residence for a short period of time before he was sent to Alcatraz, reports The Miami Herald. Capone reportedly planned the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre from the residence, and later provided proof he was there as his alibi.
After he was released from prison, the home was also Capone's final residence until his death in 1947. Capone's widow, Mae, sold the home in 1952.
The listing agent is Nelson Gonzalez of EWM Realty International.
This gallery originally appeared at Creative Loafing Tampa. All photos via Realtor.com