This Tampa Bay mansion looks exactly like a mall from the 1980s


From the artificial indoor palm trees, to the neon-lit beverage bar, everything about this Tampa Bay house screams 1980s. So, if living in the mall from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" is your thing, then this Belleair Beach house is for you.

Located at 516 Belle Isle Ave., the 5,579-square-foot home was built in the year 1986, when the average cost of a house was $89,430, Hands Across America was a thing, Mike Tyson was on top, the Nintendo Entertainment System first debuted, and everyone wore giant shoulder pads. All of these things will come rushing into your frontal lobe when you set sight on this three-bedroom, six-bathroom perfectly preserved time capsule.

The home features all the Tom Selleck-approved upgrades, like a massive pool, a boat dock with multiple lifts, a colossal rooftop party patio, and a master bedroom with a giant mirror over the bed. Plus, according to the listing, the entire home is "encased in concrete, steel and brick."

The only thing missing is an Orange Julius.

The home is currently asking $3,195,000, and the listing agent is Rafal Wazio of Coldwell Banker Residential. 

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