Notorious mobster Al Capone had a swift eye for real estate, which included homes across the U.S., including a sprawling Palm Beach mansion now on the market for $9.95 million.
Peter Corsell, the current owner of the home, has put lots of money and hard work into bringing Capone's estate back to its original grandeur. Capone bought the mansion for $40,000 back in 1928 when he had reached the pinnacle of his power at the peak of the prohibition.
The sprawling mansion sits on a football field sized lot overlooking the Biscayne Bay, where the owner can tie their boat off on the private backyard dock.
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