A home that once belonged to a powerful, alleged mobster is now on the market. Chuck Delmonico (formerly known as Charles Tourine Jr.) was an alleged mobster who was a member of the New York Genovese family, one of the most influential within the Mafia. The home is located in Miami Beach’s Venetian Islands, on San Marco Island to be more specific. It’s not far from the Palm Island mansion once owned by Al Capone, located at 93 Palm Avenue.
The four bedroom, four bathroom residence is 4,893 square feet and overlooks Biscayne Bay, with a history dating all the way back to the 1930s. Some of the home and lot features include marble flooring, a Florida room, an open balcony, boat dock, and over ninety feet of Biscayne Bay frontage. The home is being sold for its 13,382 square foot lot so you can take advantage of the large space and build your own modern home.
Coincidentally, Al Capone’s former home over in Palm Island is also receiving a facelift and is being reinvented for use as a venue for photo shoots, movies and television series.
If you would like additional information on this San Marco Island property or would like to explore other homes for sale within the six Venetian Islands, contact real estate professional and the property’s listing agent Julian Johnston. Fore information on selling or leasing your property, or about the luxurious Miami Beach waterfront homes
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available for sale or lease, contact Julian and his team at (305) 502-3985