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Courtesy of Stephen Gay at Smith and Associates

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

Courtesy of Stephen Gay at Smith and Associates
Courtesy of Stephen Gay at Smith and Associates
Courtesy of Stephen Gay at Smith and Associates
Courtesy of Stephen Gay 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

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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

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By Raif Fluker, courtesy of Anne Mullis
By Raif Fluker, courtesy of Anne Mullis
588 Riviera Drive | $9,150,000

Highlights: Davis Islands location, new build, sleek contemporary design, resort-like pool, unobstructed water views, chef's kitchen.

Specs: 6 beds, 7 baths, 6,551 square feet

Listing agent: Allan Mezrah at The Toni Everett Company

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This story first appeared in the Axios Tampa Bay newsletter, designed to help readers get smarter, faster on the most consequential news unfolding in their own backyard.

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