If your life of organized crime has payed off handsomely, the perfect residence recently hit the market for you to kick back in. Al Capone’s Miami Beach pad is up for sale. So what do you get if you drop the $15 million Scarface’s mansion is listed for? How does 36,000 square feet of heaven sound? Complete with three buildings, one hundred feet of waterfront, and a 60,000 gallon swimming pool, this is how you want to relax after a long day of hits. There is, of course, a fine kitchen, as the Capone family was known to meet at the mansion for large family dinners. Pocketed plenty of cash over the years breaking laws? Maybe it’s time to make an offer they can’t refuse.