Any interest in living like a legendary gangster, minus the jail time? Al Capone's Miami compound is due to hit the market for $9.95 million, and it's held up quite nicely over the years. Capone purchased the Palm Island villa at the peak of his reign back in 1928, and the place looks the same. Granted, he paid a less robust $40,000 for it, but that was a lot back then.
Peter Corsell, founder of energy solutions company Grid Point, bought the place last year for $5.65 million with plans to fully restore it. Resting on a waterfront the size of a football field, the place has a recreation room, verandas and a black and gold Art Deco powder room.
[via NY Daily News]