Al Capone's home is on South Prairie Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. The family home of the noted gangster still stands on South Prairie Avenue in Chicago. It was in this home that Capone lived with his mother, wife, and son. The home was built in 1914 and the Capones moved here in 1923. The home was the site of Frank Capone's funeral in 1924 and the death of Theresa Capone in 1952. Upon Al's death the home transferred to his sister Mafalda Mariote in 1947. She sold the house in 1953 and it has changed owners several times since then. Capone originally used this home exclusively for family business. He employed a party home in Cicero, for fun times with the boys. Work is in progress to try and have this property designated a landmark.