The $41 million Florida estate owned by Donald Trump and other fatal mansions

What links Chicago's largest house to Al Capone's residence and Trump's opulent "House of Friendship"?

All of them were taken down without any fanfare or respect. 

We take a historical look back and throw light on 12 once-in-a-lifetime houses that were sadly destroyed.

Former Chicago gangster leader Al Capone lived in this opulent estate on Miami's Palm Island until his murder in 1947.

 The new owners of the 30,000-square-foot mansion have announced their intention to demolish the property.

Despite its current status as a tropical haven far from the madding crowd.


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A Typical Spanish Breakfast

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