You don’t have to be a notorious crime boss to own Al Capone’s Miami Mansion, but you do have to get paid like one. Formally known as 93 Palm, this 36,000 square foot estate was occupied by the gangster from 1928 until his death nearly 20 years later. The property sits on the waterfront of the exclusive Palm Island neighborhood and was restored to its former prohibition glory a few years ago.
The compound consists of seven bedrooms and five baths spread throughout the main villa, a guest house, and pool cabana all overlooking a 60,000-gallon swimming pool and views of Biscayne Bay. For an added sense of security, the entire compound is protected by a 7-foot wall.