A piece of Chicago’s infamous gangster history is up for sale.
The Park Manor home of gangster Al Capone is on the market for $109,900. The 2,820-square-foot building on South Prairie Avenue has six bedrooms and is being sold as a multifamily unit.
It sits on a 68-foot-wide lot and features hardwood floors throughout, wood trim and molding, and large octagon-style living rooms in each unit.
According to listing website Zillow, Al Capone moved into the South Side home in 1923 with his wife, Mae, and mother, Teresa, both of whom were listed as owners of the house.
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