October 26, 2014
Make them an offer they can’t refuse: Al Capone’s Chicago home on the market for $225,000
The former Chicago family home of gangster Al Capone where he was living when became one of the richest gangsters in history has been put on sale for $225,000.
The six-bedroom house was where the crime boss lived when he moved from New York and established himself in Chicago in 1923.
The criminal was sent to Illinois to run the infamous Four Deuces club which offered gambling, alcohol and prostitution in prohibition era America.