One of the ‘most unforgettable homes in Florida’ is back on the market in South Tampa
Florida Design Magazine once called it “one of the most unforgettable homes in Florida,” and now it’s back on the market for nearly $150,000 more than the original asking price.
Located on the shore of Old Tampa Bay, at 4937 Lyford Cay in Culbreath Isles, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home was first listed in June of 2019 for $7,599,999, but has since been re-listed with a new agent and a new asking price of $7,749,00.
Built in 2008 by local renowned architect Sol Fleishman, the home features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 5,662 square-feet of living space, including a sleek outdoor pool and spa, 10-foot solid wood doors, travertine flooring, a massive yacht dock, and 271 feet of waterfront.
The property was originally purchased by Bobbie and Ted Taub back in the ’70s. However, about 10 years ago the couple tore down the original structure and built the current home for $4 million.
Fleishman's other projects around Tampa Bay include the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center, the Bob Gilbertson Central City YMCA in downtown Tampa, the Roy Jenkins Pool on Davis Islands, and the Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club, among other things.
The home's new listing agent is Nick Janovsky of Premier Sothebys International Realty.
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