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    This was the century-old mansion where Al Capone died and which has just been demolished

    The historic mansion where he lived and died Al Capone In Miami Dade, it no longer exists, having been demolished to make way for a more modern building in the midst of the real estate boom in the area.

    The residence, which was built in 1922 and was Spanish in style, was sold in October 2021 to a limited company for $15,500,000 dollars, $5,000,000 dollars more than their then owners had paid a few months earlier.

    The property was one of the oldest in Miami Beach and originally belonged to Clarence Busch, of the Anhueser-Busch dynasty, which once controlled the largest beer company in the world, which led various organizations to seek to stop its demolition, because they considered that it was part of the recent history of the town, but their requests were not echoed.

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    “I don’t think we should cancel culture. The growth of South Florida was closely tied to the prohibition era, during alcohol prohibition,” said Daniel Ciraldo, head of the Miami Dade Preservation League, a heritage conservation organization that collected thousands of signatures to prevent Al Capone’s house from being reduced to rubble.

    The mansion, which was last remodeled in 2015, had four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, as well as spectacular views of the garden or the sea.

    It also had a kitchen, dining room, living room, main room, TV room, as well as a dining room and a couple of semi-open rooms, from which there was a spectacular view of the garden or the sea.

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    The main bedroom was equipped with large windows, so natural lighting was one of the great protagonists of this space. It also had a very large bathroom equipped with a shower with a transparent panel.

    The mansion also had a 30-by-60-foot pool, surrounded by dozens of palm trees, and a two-story cabin.

    To receive visitors, the property had a guest house with two bedrooms and a bathroom, which in the days of Al Capone served as a shelter for his bodyguards.

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    Source: La Opinion

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