The former childhood home of Al Capone in Park Slope now offers plenty of income potential.

Before he was Scarface, Al Capone bounced around Brooklyn, New York, with his family, eventually landing at a brownstone on Garfield Place, in Park Slope.

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. (more…)