Al Capone former Miami Beach house is for SaleApril 18, 2018
Al Capone’s former Miami Beach house has been fully renovated and it is listed for $14.9 million.
The waterfront home at 93 Palm Ave. was built on the 30,000-square-foot lot in 1922 and bought by Capone for $40,000 in 1928. The notorious Chicago gangster, known as “Scarface,” served in prison for tax evasion from 1931 to 1939, and then returned to his heavily-guarded Miami Beach home.
Capone died of a stroke in the home in 1947. His widow sold the house in 1952.
The mansion is now owned by Coral Invest USA, managed by Emanuela Verlicchi Marazzi of MB America in Miami. The company acquired the home for $7.98 million in 2014 and performed extensive renovations that brought it up to hurricane codes.
Situated on 100 feet of water frontage on Biscayne Bay, the home has seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, a 60-foot-long swimming pool, and a dock. The original black-and-gold Art Deco powder room remains as does the original fireplace and some original lighting fixtures.
Source The South Florida Business Journal