Al Capone’s house in Miami Beach on Palm Island is for sale. Advertised as an opportunity to make a piece of Miami Beach history your own, the house once belonging to the infamous gangster Al Capone, comes replete with City of Miami Beach approved plans for rebuilding.
The Palm Island home, located at 93 Palm Ave, Miami Beach, FL, was previously listed in 2006, for $6.8 million, and went through 2 pending sales since that time, with no closing ever taking place. It was relisted for sale this month for $50,000 more than the original asking price.
The historical 6,103 square feet house, is situated on a 3 quarters acre lot, with 100 linear feet of frontage facing neighboring Hibiscus Island and Biscayne Bay. Built in 1922, the Capone house is one of the oldest homes in Miami Beach. Henry Morrison, who still owns the house, according to the Miami Dade property records, purchased it in 1971 for $56,000.