While you may not be a drug kingpin, you could live like one, minus the illegal activities, if you have deep enough pockets. The property where Pablo Escobar’s Miami Beach hideout once stood has just gone on sale.

The 30,000 square foot lot, 150 feet of which is waterfront land, is still worth a ton of money, even with nothing built, listed for a cool $15.9 million.

Not only was the Columbian drug lord’s mansion torn down in 2016, the land was excavated to remove two hidden safes, so you’re not likely to discover any stashed cash to help offset the purchase.

That said, the new owners will have some pretty famous neighbors, including Phil Collins and The Bee Gees, according to real estate agent Mirce Curkoski.

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