Birdman Sells His Miami Mansion – Which Once Belonged To Al Capone – For Almost $11 Million

A mansion in Miami that has had an interesting lineage of owners is now owned by an unknown new buyer, following a successful deal between this unnamed party and rapper Birdman, who has been trying to sell it for some time in 2018. Now , he finally sold it. it for a report of $ 10.85 million, according to TMZ. But perhaps the most interesting part of the story is that the mansion in question was once owned by legendary gangster Al Capone.

Capone spent his last years on the huge 30,000 square foot estate, dying there in 1947. The house itself measures 20,000 square feet with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and four half baths, while the master bedroom alone stretches across a luxurious 3,000 square foot. It’s located in the prestigious gated community of Miami, Palm Island, and when Birdman first attempted to dispose of it almost two years ago, it was priced at $ 15.5 million. so anonymous buyer got a good deal.

No offense to Birdman, but the property will likely still be known as “Al Capone Mansion,” as described in official 2018 marketing materials by real estate agent Nelson Gonzalez:

“Al Capone’s Old Waterfront Mansion! 93 Palm is a beautiful waterfront estate located on Palm Island, Miami Beach. Sitting on the lush 30,000 square foot grounds is the main villa, the iconic pool hut and gatekeeper – now a guesthouse – that Al Capone built. The property features 100 feet of frontage on Biscayne Bay, a private beach and ‘a huge swimming pool 60 feet by 30 feet long! The original architectural details are beautifully preserved and restored to remind of a history like no other! “

As you can see, Capone’s association with the property is a big selling point, which is also clear in the video below, also from Gonzalez, and gives you a good overview of the beautiful estate. Check it out:

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