A Florida mansion that once belonged to notorious US gangster Al Capone has been renovated and its new owners hope to rent it out for film and video shoots.
Capone, ravaged by late-stage syphilis, died at the Palm Island home in 1947 after suffering a stroke and a heart attack.
The colonial-style villa was built in 1922 and comprises seven-bedrooms and a private beach, the mansion's new owners MB America said in a statement.
The house has been thoroughly renovated after its sale last year for nearly $8 million.
Capone rose to prominence as a gangster during America's years of alcohol prohibition in the 1920s.
His former mansion is a popular draw on boat tours of the homes of the rich and famous in the area.