Located in the exclusive Miami Beach's Palm Island and on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay, 93 Palm is one of the oldest and most notorious estates in Miami. The colonial-style villa, once owned by gangster Al Capone, has been restored to its original glamour and is now available for tv, film and photo shoots. Built in 1922, the seven-bedroom mansion features plenty of historic architectural details, suggestive scenarios and natural backdrops including a two-story cabana house, a 30'x60' swimming pool, a decked veranda and a private sandy beach and a black-and-gold Art Deco powder room. Sealed inside security gates and encircled by a tall masonry wall, the property occupies a 30,000 sq ft lot with 100 ft of water frontage on Biscayne Bay.