It may be several state borders away from the Windy City, but this Miami Beach house, formerly owned by notorious mobster Al Capone, is steeped in gangster history. Referred to as the “Al Capone Estate,” the property at 93 Palm Avenue is one of the oldest still standing in Miami Beach, Florida. The estate was originally built in 1922 by Brewer Clarence Busch of Anheuser-Busch and later sold to Capone for $40,000. Venezuelan designer Luis Pons has since restored the villa to how it looked when Capone lived in residence, reviving its original black-and-gold art decor and brass fixtures. Now sitting atop a 30,000-square foot lot that overlooks the Biscayne Bay, the white-washed villa includes seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a 30-by-60-foot pool and cabana, a two-bedroom guest house, and a private dock.This property is listed at $9.95 million by Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate.