Al Capone’s Brooklyn Home Listed at $2.4M

August 2, 2017
The Brooklyn residence of the most notorious crime boss of the 1920s is now available for $2.4 million
The Brooklyn residence of the most notorious crime boss of the 1920s is now available for $2.4 million.
 
According to Realtor.com, Al Capone lived at the townhouse on Garfield Place in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn in the early 1900s. But today’s property has been completely renovated and bears no trace of the original Capone-era interiors. Instead, the 2,980-square-foot, two-level property offers three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a separate family room, laundry, a roof deck and private outdoor space. The property was first listed in June at $2.85 million, but has since had its price reduced.
 
Listing agent Bren Salamon said the residence is ideal for someone investors seeking rental income from what he described as two “condo quality” apartments.” And as an added incentive worthy of the infamous bootlegger, promised a bottle of Macallan Fine Oak 21-Year-Old Scotch to the buyer.

 
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