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Harbour Island mansion sells for $5.45 million

My Florida Regional Multiple Listing Service

My Florida Regional Multiple Listing Service

TAMPA — A Harbour Island mansion sold Tuesday for $5.45 million in cash, becoming the 10th-priciest Tampa Bay home to sell in the last five years, Multiple Listing Service records show.

The 7,400-square-foot Renaissance Way mansion is one of eight homes custom-built at the gated tip of Harbour Island.

Dr. Ignacio Armas, a Brandon gynecologist, and his wife, Teresa, bought the half acre of undeveloped waterfront in 2000 for $950,000. The home was built two years later.

The home boasts a two-story limestone foyer, a mahogany-paneled library, cypress-wood ceilings, a wine cellar, a boat lift and a four-car garage, a sales listing shows. All five bedrooms have their own bathrooms and walk-in closets. The master suite holds a sitting room, morning bar, fireplace and private terrace.

Selling agent Kymerly Burton would not name the buyer. A deed of sale had not yet been recorded.

Harbour Island mansion sells for $5.45 million 01/23/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 9:46pm]
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