See inside: The 4 most expensive homes on sale in Tampa right now
The Tampa luxury real estate market is still booming despite the pandemic. In the last year, 703 homes over $1 million have sold.
Here's a look at the 4 most expensive homes on the market right now, starting at $9.15 million.
58 Bahama Circle | $29,000,000
Roughly the size of a small Publix, this house is owned by Derek Jeter and was rented by Tom Brady.
Highlights: Largest waterfront lot on Davis Islands, 1.25 private acres, elevator, 80-foot saltwater lap pool, 9,000 square feet of covered porches and balconies, full-service bar, wine cellar, home theater, au-pair wing and professional gym.
Specs: 7 beds, 8 full & 8 half baths, 21,796 square feet
Listing agent: Stephen Gay Group at Smith and Associates
12321 Fort King Hwy | $17,500,000
Highlights: French-Normandy style gated manor, 36-acre estate, 7-car garage, 20-car garage/workshop space, go kart track, 1-mile jogging trail, horse barn with pasture, indoor pool/spa, bowling alley, two-story walk-in closet.
Specs: 8 beds, 26 baths, 36,361 square feet
Listing agents: Mary Pond and Dina Sierra Smith at Smith & Associates Real Estate
415 S. Royal Palm Way | $9,500,000
Highlights: Gated property, home theater, Spanish/Mediterranean architecture, two-story living room, gorgeous kitchen with oversized island, mahogany walls, putting green, outdoor living, mosquito misting system.
Specs: 5 beds, 7.5 baths, 9,269 square feet
Listing agents: Anne Mullis and Cindy Richards at Smith & Associates Real Estate
588 Riviera Drive | $9,150,000
Highlights: Davis Islands location, new build, sleek contemporary design, resort-like pool, unobstructed water views, chef's kitchen.
- Rumor has it The Weeknd stayed here for the Super Bowl, as shared by the Tampa Bay Times.
Specs: 6 beds, 7 baths, 6,551 square feet
Listing agent: Allan Mezrah at The Toni Everett Company
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