Al Capone’s former Miami Beach mansion, considered one of the most notorious pieces of real estate, is up for sale.
The oceanfront home, built in 1922 on guarded Miami Beach Island, is reportedly where the former Chicago mobster died after he was released from Alcatraz and is said to be the location where he plotted the St. Valentine’s day massacre in 1929, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The seven- bedroom home consists of a main house, a two-story guest house, an oversized pool, a two-story cabana house, and a private sand beach overlooking the bay. It is listed for $8.45 million.
The property is currently owned by a company managed by New York accountant Anthony Panebianco, and was purchased roughly six months ago for $7.4 million, according to Miami-Dade property records.
It is currently being represented by Albert Justo and Mirce Curkoski with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty.