Al Capone's House on the Market for $10 Million

Al Capone reportedly bought the property for $40,000

The Miami estate of one of the most powerful criminals in U.S. history is on the market for about $10 million.

"This house was built in 1922 by Clarance Busch. It was one of the first houses built in South Beach. Six years later a young Al Capone at the age of 29 purchased the house.” said real estate agent Jorge Alonso.

PHOTOS: Inside Miami's Crime History

Brooklyn-Born Capon ruled the streets of Chicago for years and in 1928, the notorious mob boss move to this 30,000 square foot Palm Island estate and made it his permanent home.

“It’s seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder rooms one of the powder rooms is the original from 1922. It’s just a great property,” Alonso said.

Capone reportedly purchased the property for $40,000 cash.

PHOTOS: Live Like Al Capone for $9.5 Million

"We’ve had a lot of characters asking about the house very interesting characters, but it's been fun,” he said.

Alonso said the location of the estate is incredible but the historical value of this property is priceless.

“Al Capone loved this home. There’s pictures he had so much respect for this house. This is the house he picked once he left Alcatraz. Out of all his homes this is the house he came back to and this is where he died,” he said.

Only a hand full of people have lived in the house since Al Capone died in it 65 years ago.

Contact Us