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Al Capone’s Former Florida Estate Lists for $9.95M

Want to live like a kingpin? You're in luck, because ""according to Zillow"":http://www.zillow.com/blog/2012-08-21/house-of-the-week-al-capones-estate/, the Florida estate once belonging to Al Capone is on the market for $9.95 million. The legendary gangster moved into the stunning and storied house on Miami Beach's Palm Island in 1928, and he called the seaside property home before and after his imprisonment for tax evasion, living in the luxurious pad until his death in 1947.

The website reports that the 30,000-square-foot abode still boasts many details from Capone's day, despite having had several owners and multiple renovations, and speaking to Zillow, a source described the home as ""old Cuba, Havana style."" Potential buyers should be aware, however, that the tony property comes with a dubious history and was said to have been Capone's headquarters for planning the infamous Valentine's Day Massacre.


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