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New Palm Avenue home Part 2




Window in room looking out to old entrance.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Al's view of old main entrance from window.
(Mario Gomes Collection)






Room where Al passed his final days.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Back downstairs. Al's body was carried down these stairs to the funeral home.
(Mario Gomes Collection)






Back through the living room patio doors to the swimming pool.
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Outside the living room. Open air patio to the left, the main entrance to the right, the pool.
(Mario Gomes Collection)







Let's go to the pool!
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On the lawn towards cabana.
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Walkway to the pool and pool cabana.
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Pool cabana.
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Al Capone's 30 ft. by 60 ft. pool.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Sonny and Mae Capone.
(Joe Walters collection)




Capone's enjoying the pool!
(Joe Walters collection)







Ah! What the hey? Let's take a dip!
(Mario Gomes Collection)












Amazing job they did with the pool!!!!! I could have swam there for hours!!
(Mario Gomes Collection)











Reflections of palm trees. Very calming!
(Mario Gomes Collection)







What a breathtaking view! This was Al's sunny Italy of the new world.
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Original working water fountain. Let's go upstairs!
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Staircase leading upstairs of cabana.
(Mario Gomes Collection)






At right is a bathroom.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Shower and bathroom renovated in the style that might have been keeping with today's practicality.
(Photo courtesy of Diana Martinez)












Original ceiling.
(Mario Gomes Collection)












Original window opening and closing mechanism.
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Back out to the next room across.
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Spare room.
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Same original ceiling detail.
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Window out to bay.
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back out of the room and looking out to house.
(Mario Gomes Collection)









View of main house and guard house from top of pool cabana.
(Mario Gomes Collection)












Al's master bedroom windows can be seen.
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Where the high diving board used to be. Suicide in my opinion, but then again, who would bitch and sue Al if they got hurt? Proceed at your own risk back in those days!
(Mario Gomes Collection)












Back downstairs. Door next to fountain has another bathroom.
(Mario Gomes Collection)











Small bathroom in case of emergencies!
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Ground level of pool cabana.
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Ornate arches of pool cabana.
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Beautiful view out to the bay.
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Taking a break from shooting the tv show "Special Spaces".
(Mario Gomes Collection)









Down beside the pool cabana is a small beach area to take the sun.
Who needs South beach with a pool like the one at Al's place?
(Mario Gomes Collection)














To the left of the small beach area is where the dock used to be.
 (Mario Gomes Collection)










Al Capone in the mid 1940's sitting with his mother on the dock.
 (Mario Gomes Collection)








 There was a search light where this palm is.
 (Mario Gomes Collection)





Al fishing near the dock.






Photo of dock and poolhouse December 5,1941.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








One more for the road. An Al Capone pose.
(Mario Gomes Collection)












Back out to the front gate.
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Sadly, It's time for us to leave.
(Mario Gomes Collection)










Hope you enjoyed the visit!
(Mario Gomes Collection)


My very grateful and special thanks to my friends Mr. Peter Corsell, Jorge Alonso and Magaly Acosta



About the house

It was built in 1922.
Purchased by Al Capone in spring of 1928.
It has 7 bedrooms.
5 full baths.
2 half baths.
It has 6,103 square feet of living area.
The landscaped grounds are over 30,000 square feet with 100 feet of water frontage.




All photos of 93 Palm avenue on these pages are property of www.myalcaponemuseum.com unless noted. No other usage without my permission.