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Tampa home of former Yankees owner George Steinbrenner hits the market at $5.75 million

Purchased in 2000 for $3.8 million, the place has been kept in “perfectly gaudy condition,” according to the listing. LOL. Check inside the stack to see what we mean. The “Boss” had some very interesting taste.

This automated gated estate is one of the largest on the Palma Ceia Golf Course. The graceful entrance to this home has fabulous two-story grand hall flanked by the formal living room & dining room which flows into a large rec room/bar, a family room/kitchen, library, office and powder room; all near the downstairs master suite. One feels like they’re in a garden when looking out as the entire west side of the home looks out to a beautiful garden, with vine arches to the pool; not to mention the expansive golf course. Anyone who buys this “green” home will be lucky because the quality is first rate & has been kept in perfect condition. This 13, 480sf home has 7 bedrooms, 9 full & 2 half baths, 3 utility rooms, and 2 elevators. Suites are master suites, one upstairs near the other bedrooms & one down which many families want. The upstairs suite is equipped with kitchenette, a fabulous bath & two walk-in closets. One closet is the size of a room and the second closet is an owner’s dream. It’s like a warehouse at 30 X 30, with a variety of hanging and storage options. Both suites can see the pool and golf course. The south end of the house has a media room from which one can enter a large one bedroom apartment (the 7th bedroom) with kitchen, living and dining room. This side of the house also has an elevator which goes from the apartment and media room to the kitchen/ family room.

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