Cold-blooded prohibition era killer Capone, aka Scarface, is said to have bought the historic island property at 93 Palm Avenue for $40,000 in 1928, just before he was sentenced to 11 years in Alcatraz.
Now, the 6,500-square-foot Palm Island house is for sale – for $9.9 million.
The man who sold the home to Capone: Clarence Busch, as in Anheuser-Busch!
Several rooms in the current version of the mansion were restored to its gilded age greatness, including a powder room.
Some brass fixtures are originals.
The current owner is Peter Corsell, a 30-something entrepreneur who once worked for the CIA in Havana, Cuba.
Meanwhile, Capone spent most of his remaining years after prison at the home.
Capone is said to have died of a heart attack in his bedroom at the mansion in 1947 while suffering through the finals stages of syphilis.