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Here are the top 10 most expensive homes sold in the Tampa Bay area in June

All but one is located in Hillsborough County. The most expensive sold for $6 million.
The view of Tampa Bay from the second floor balcony of 5130 W San Jose Street in South Tampa. It was the third most expensive home in Tampa Bay for June. (Courtesy of Judson Brady/Photo Studio Solutions)
Published Jul. 12
Updated Jul. 12

The priciest home sold in the Tampa Bay area in June went for $6 million. The six-bedroom, six-bath home is located in Hillsborough County -- as are nine of the 10 most expensive homes sold in the area last month.

It’s rare for Hillsborough to dominate a monthly Top 10 list like this. Normally, more homes in Pinellas County -- particularly those on the water -- make the list.

But in June, six of the top 10 homes were in South Tampa and three were on Davis Islands. Pinellas County’s lone representative is on Clearwater Beach.

1. 108 Martinique Ave., Tampa

June’s most expensive home sold for $6 million. The home, located at the tip of Davis Islands, boasts six bedrooms and six bathrooms, along with a butler’s pantry, a 500-plus bottle wine cellar and elevated ceilings on the first and second floors. With a pool, waterfalls and a dock, the backyard opens out onto Hillsborough Bay.

Listing agent: Traci Burns, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Jennifer Zales, Coldwell Banker Residential

2. 5111 W. Homer Ave., Tampa

This new home is near the open waters of Tampa Bay. It sold for $4.5 million. It includes a three-car garage and a wet bar.

Listing agent: Mary Pond, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Tatum Peterson, McBride Kelly & Associates

3. 5130 W. San Jose St., Tampa

Sold for just over $4.3 million, this 6,000 square-foot home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a three-car garage. It’s just a few streets over from the Homer Avenue home.

Listing agent: Alexandra Ahern, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Mary Pond, Smith & Associates Real Estate

4. 202 Blanca Ave., Tampa

Sold for $3.9 million, this Davis Islands home runs over 5,000 square feet with five bedrooms, six bathrooms and cathedral ceilings.

Listing agent: Jennifer Zales, Coldwell Banker Residential

Selling agent: Mike Hughes and Jeff Shelton, Coldwell Banker Residential

5. 26 Sandpiper Road, Tampa

Located just off the the Howard Frankland Bridge, this home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It sold for $3.5 million and also features a boat dock, gas fire pit and backyard kitchen.

Listing agent: Dena Aloian, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Traci Burns, Smith & Associates Real Estate

6. 908 South Dakota Ave, Tampa

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom Hyde Park home is just blocks from Bayshore Boulevard. Selling for $3.25 million, it features three fireplaces, one in the foyer and two others in the master bedroom and the bedroom’s balcony.

Listing agent: Stephen Gay, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Pauline Meredith, Engel&Voelkers Tampa

7. 2804 W. Parkland Blvd., Tampa

Located near the heart of South Tampa, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom house also comes with a butler’s pantry, office and play room. It sold for $3.1 million.

Listing agent: Stephen Gay, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Heather Disser, Valencia Realty

8. 1115 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa

Sitting on South Tampa scenic road, this home overlooks Hillsborough Bay. It features four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,500 square feet. It sold for almost $3 million.

Listing agent: Not listed

Selling agent: Jeremiah Bicknese, Smith & Associates Real Estate

A screenshot of the home (Courtesy of Google Maps)

9. 96 Adalia Ave., Tampa

Another Davis Islands home, this one has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, two home offices and high ceilings. It was purchased for $2.8 million.

Listing agent: Elise Simpson Einselen, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Kristin Stephan and Adam Fernandez, Keller Williams Tampa Central

10. 271 Bayside Dr., Clearwater

This four-bedroom, four-bathroom house sold for $2.7 million. It features an open floor plan, covered lanai, heated pool and waterfall spa.

Listing agent: Ilona Davidovich, Top Realty Group of Florida

Selling agent: Scott McNav, BHHS Florida Properties Group


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