After being on the market for almost a year Al Capone’s Palm Island pad has just sold. The compound sold for a modest $7.4 Million considering waterfront homes in miami can go for much much more .The home, which was built in 1928, also includes a two story guest house, a two story pool house, and 7 full bedrooms. He purchased the 300,000 square foot facility for $40,000 in cash
Capone supposedly planned the St. Valentine’s day massacre at this very space however this was well known as his stress free vacation pad. Al Capone died in 1947 in the guest house of this house, if only those walls could talk.
Watch a video tour of the house here.