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Al Capone’s former luxe New Jersey estate wants $1.75M

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It feels like an opulent country villa

Courtesy of BHHS Fox Roach - Haddonfield

Set on 36 acres of lush New Jersey land, this mansion (rumored to once be owned by Al Capone) just came on the market for $1.75 million.

The spaciousness of the land is matched by that of the home, which has four bedrooms, seven baths, and 6,500 square feet of space. There’s also a separate au pair house with three bedrooms, two kitchens, and two baths. The listing suggests turning the space into two apartments.

In addition to all that space, the home offers plenty of unique draws, like a library with a fireplace, an exercise room, and a downstairs vault, which the listing says could be used as a wine cellar. There’s also a heated pool, European courtyards, a 7-car garage and more.

The home is being shown by Bill Souders of BHHS Fox Roach Haddonfield.


, , NJ 08033