Located in the luxurious Palm Island neighborhood, the waterfront residence, formally known as 93 Palm, housed Capone from 1928 until his death in 1947. Upon being recently restored, the 36,000-square-foot property boasts seven bedrooms and five bathrooms in the main villa, also featuring a guest house and a pool cabana adjacent to an expansive 60,000-gallon swimming pool.
Oh, and due to the nature of Capone’s work, you know he had to have some form of next-level security, which is why the property is surrounded by a seven-foot wall.
In related news, here’s your first look at Tom Hardy as Al Capone in the ‘Fonzo’ biopic.
- Source: Uncrate