Al Capone’s Luxury Villa For Sale


An $8.5 million Miami Beach mansion, that was previously the luxury villa of the gangster Al Capone, has been put up for sale. The waterfront home, the most famous pieces of residential real estate in Miami, is where brutal Chicago mob boss Capone died in 1947. The sprawling mansion, which is sandwiched in Biscayne Bay between downtown Miami’s skyscrapers and South Beach’s hotel district, was bought by its current owner, accountant Anthony Panebianco, six months ago for a reported $7.4 million.