Live Like a Mafia Boss in This Miami Beach Mansion

Just in time for the premiere of The Capones new reality TV show on Jan. 28, Al Capone's former Miami Beach island home is back on the market.

Photo by: Sotheby's International Realty The seven-bedroom property sits on a 30,000-square-foot lot and consists of a main house, a two-story pool house, an oversized pool and a private sand beach overlooking the bay. 

Rumored to be the command center where "Scarface" planned the infamous St. Valentine's Day murders, the waterfront Palm Island estate is for sale again. It sold for $7.43 million last summer and now the 30,000-square-foot property is listed by Sotheby's International Realty for $8.9 million. The gangster purchased the property in 1928 as a summer home for $30K and lived there until his death from syphilis in 1947. Venezuelan architect and developer Luis Pons restored the historical home to it's full glory, including the decadent two-story pool house.

And is it true that Al Capone's Cuban beach house is a gangster hoax? Click here for the inside scoop from our very own Francesca Robin. Check out more photos of the Palm Island home below.

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