Former HSN personality Joy Mangano has listed her South Tampa home for sale for $2.225 million.
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate agents Mike Hughes and Jeff Shelton are listing the property for sale, Coldwell Banker said Wednesday. The home at 4930 New Providence Ave. is a sprawling 7,116-square-foot home with five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.
Mangano — whose cult products include Huggable Hangers and the self-wringing Miracle Mop — paid $1.9 million for the home in 2006, according to Hillsborough County property records. It was built in 1988 by Joseph Byars, a founder of the Culbreath Isles neighborhood, for his own family, according to Coldwell Banker.
Mangano parted ways with HSN in 2018 after two decades with the company when it was acquired by the parent company of competitor QVC.
“This beautiful estate lies within one of Tampa’s finest neighborhoods,” Hughes said in a statement. “The classic plantation architectural touches and ample space are a must see.”
The house has a pool and fenced-in backyard as well as an “expansive third floor bonus room with wet bar,” Coldwell Banker said.
By Ashley Gurbal Kritzer – Senior Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal