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If you've ever wanted to live like a gangster, here's your chance. Al Capone's former Miami Beach mansion is now up for sale, Uncrate reports.

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.

For more on Al Capone's Miami mansion, up for sale for a cool $15 million USD, visit Uncrate, then follow to the official listing.

In related news, here's your first look at Tom Hardy as Al Capone in the ‘Fonzo’ biopic.

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