The former childhood home of Al Capone in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, now offers plenty of income potential in the form of two one-bedroom apartments and one three-bedroom home.

This week’s historical shelter has been on the market for a little more than 100 days.

While someone’s finally put an offer in on the home at 21 Garfield Place, which listed for $2.449 million, the sale isn’t final yet — which affords us the opportunity to see the neighborhood Capone spent some of his formative years.

Check it out at SecondShelters.com.