Interior designer's custom contemporary Tampa abode asks $2.35M
Interior designer Jill Lifsey and her husband bought and designed their home in 2013. It's now on the market for $2.35M.
What to expect: With its smooth lines, earthy materials, low-profile furniture, and poppy accents, the Bayshore Boulevard-area home feels both sophisticated and comfortable.
- The address is 2911 W. Fair Oaks Ave. At 4,201 square feet, the house has 4 beds and 5 baths.
Highlights: Expertly and thoughtfully designed, 10-foot ceilings, polished concrete floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, custom finishes.
- Kitchen: The kitchen is show-stopping. It has sleek custom cabinetry with a minimalist feel and glass counter tops. There's a large walk-in pantry and butler's kitchen behind for extra storage and hidden prep work space.
- Owner's oasis: The spacious primary bedroom has its own private balcony, a walk-in closet/dressing room, and dreamy bathroom with tons of storage, an oversized steam shower, and natural light.
- Indoor-outdoor living: The first-floor entertaining area opens to the wrap-around covered patio, which is surrounded by lush landscaping.
Listed by: Henderson Everette Lee at The Toni Everette Company
All photos courtesy of Henderson Everette.
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