Al Capone's Palm Island Home Sold for $7.43 Million (House of the Day)
By Sean McCaughan
Apparently Al Capone's Palm Island abode has sold, after being on the market for almost a year (just like Billy Joel's and Rosie O'Donnell's places, both of which recently sold as well) for $7.43 million according to realtrix team, The Jills.
The house in the Miami Beach neighborhood, from which Capone (pictured at left) supposedly planned the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and died of syphilis years later, has a plethora of original details including an impressive waterfront pool. Also included in the historic Mediterranean revival compound constructed in 1928 is a two-story guesthouse, a two-story pool house (or 'casino' if you will), seven bedrooms, and a tall masonry wall encircling the property. No word yet on who the new owners are.
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