While the main house is a site to behold, the gangster's former pool house showcases views that will leave you breathless. Take a peek at Al Capone's former island hideaway on Miami Beach.
The gangster purchased the property in 1928 as a summer home for $30K and lived there until his death from syphilis in 1947, when his wife sold the seven-bedroom mansion and pool home.
By Kara Franker
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