Al Capone’s Chicago Home Sells For $225,000


Tony ‘T’ is connected.

Not only in America, but worldwide.

What ‘T’ don’t know, ain’t worth knowing.

You’ll know, because he’ll want you to know.



A home once belonging to OG Al Capone and his family has been sold for just over $225,000.

The Capone residence stayed in the family until the passing of Capone’s mother, Teresa in the late 50’s.

The property built in 1905 on the South Side of Chicago had been on the market for a number of years being purchased by an anonymous buyer.

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David Breakspear

I have spent, over the years, a total of 15 years in prison. Since being released in June 2017 I have been using my lived experiences to help those youngsters in danger of going down the same road I did many years ago. I also write about my experiences on my personal blog Journey of a reformed man on Wordpress. In addition I am Alumni for the Prisoners Education Trust as well as part of the Alumni network group. As well as being a part of the Prison Reform Trust network group.
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