Known as the "Gentle Don," Bruno helped the Philadelphia mob rise in prominence during the 1960s and '70s.
Bruno was killed by a shotgun blast to the head in March 1980 as he sat in a car in front of the three-bedroom house. His driver, John Stanfa, was also injured.
Bruno had kept a tight rein, and his killing sparked a mob war that lasted years and resulted in dozens of slayings.
Jean Bruno says Stanfa did the house's brickwork. He's now serving five consecutive life sentences for racketeering.