Al Capone’s mansion in Miami Beach continues to go on sale for almost 10 years now. The property of the famous Italian-American gangster, one of the oldest in the Palm Avenue area, has an area of ​​2,780 m2 and is being traded for almost 13 million dollars, about 11.8 million euros.

Capone bought the house in 1928, six years after its construction, for $ 40,000 at the time, before the crash of 1929. The Chicago mobster, who was on the FBI’s most wanted list, lived in this house after leaving from prison and lived there until his death in 1947. It ended up being sold by his wife to a property developer in 1952.

The promoters underwent a thorough overhaul of about $ 1 million to put it up for sale in 2012, but since then it has continued to enter and exit the market.

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The curse of Al Capone: the mansion in Miami that goes on sale for almost 10 years
Exterior da casa / EWM Realty International/Felipe Ariano
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