A home in Culbreath Isles, a South Tampa waterfront neighborhood, has been listed for sale at nearly $7 million.
The mid-century contemporary home, built in 2008, hit the market in early June. Hughes Shelton Realtors at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate has the listing, priced at $6.9 million.
That price point is at the higher end of Tampa’s luxury real estate market. The highest price ever paid for a residential property in Hillsborough County is $9.5 million, which the Casper family paid for a historic Bayshore estate in early 2018.
The 7,200-square-foot home has a waterfront pool, patio and fireplace. It features an open floor plan and includes five bedrooms, six and one-half bathrooms, an office, a studio room, a loft, a media room and a game room.
Two-story glass walls maximize water views in the main living areas; the master bedroom also has floor-to-ceiling windows.
The current owners, Charles A. and Beth Adler Franzau, bought the property in a tenant-in-common agreement in 2004 and bought out the other owner in 2005, according to Hillsborough County property records.
“This unique home is in an ideal location with direct access to the bay, making it perfect for the avid boater. It’s also at a short and convenient distance from Tampa International Airport,” Mike Hughes of Hughes Shelton Realtors said in a statement.
By Ashley Gurbal Kritzer Senior Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal