In a way, the Steinbrenners are Tampa’s version of a royal family. Now, you can see for yourself how one of their kings used to live.
A 3,564-square-foot Sunset Park home that once belonged to Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner hit the market in early April for $2.149 million, listed by Paul DeSantis of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s Tampa office. Just off Westshore Boulevard, the waterfront home features a large dock with deep-water access near Old Tampa Bay.
The home — built in 2006 — contains four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, plus a second-floor balcony.
Home entertainers have plenty of space in the gourmet kitchen, which features an over- sized island, stone countertops, and a butler’s pantry with a wine fridge and Scotch bar. Out back, the covered patio overlooks the pool, spa, pergola, full bathhouse, outdoor TV and gas fireplace.
Listing agent DeSantis points to the home’s surroundings as major selling points. “This coastal-inspired residence is surrounded by new homes in a top-rated school district,” he says. “With easy access to elegant dining, shopping and professional sports venues, it is also within a short drive of Tampa International Airport.”
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