Vito Rizzuto's Montreal Mansion for Sale

Rizzuto's Montreal Mansion carries a nearly $2 million price
tag, though we don't know if that's U.S. or Canadian dollars.

The home of reputed Mafia kingpin Vito Rizzuto is up for sale, reports CBC News.

The pricetag — $1.995 million.

Rizzuto is currently living in a U.S. prison, where he is completing a 10-year sentence for racketeering.

His lavish, custom-built stone home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and double Thermador ovens.

The home is custom-built with granite floors. The real estate listing says it also has elegant granite floors gracing a large entrance.

The home is registered in Rizzuto's wife's name.

The real-estate listing says Rizzuto's home is perfect for raising a family and entertaining. The home is in a neighbourhood nicknamed Mafia row because of the clutch of mansions the Rizzuto clan has built there.

Family patriarch Nicolo Rizzuto also lived on the street, as did Vito's brother-in-law Paolo Renda.

Renda vanished without a trace last year and the elder Rizzuto was killed by a sniper as he stood in his kitchen last fall.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The Improbable Rise of a Gambino Associate Who Married Mafia Royalty

Michael DiLeonardo On the Gotti Reign

Shrewd Sicilian Helms Gambinos, Says Mikie Scars

A(nother) Real-life Wiseguy Played a Mobster on The Sopranos

When the Gambinos Dominated the Mafia's Infiltration of Wall Street

Who Really Killed Tommy DeSimone?

John Gotti at His Rhetorical Greatest

Hoodwinked: Restaurateur on Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares Was a Mobster