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

The top sale, a Clearwater Beach mansion, is the fifth most expensive sale ever in Tampa Bay.
The backyard of the home from the dock [Judson Brady]
Published Aug. 22
Updated Aug. 22

After Hillsborough County dominated last month’s list of the most expensive homes sold, Pinellas accounted for the majority for July’s sales, including one of the biggest in Tampa Bay history

Three of the four St. Petersburg homes listed are located on Snell Isle while Hillsborough’s listings include a sprawling ranch in Riverview.

1. 1188 Mandalay Point, Clearwater

This property just south of Caladesi Island went for $9.25 million, making it the fifth highest sale ever in the bay area.

Located in a gated community minutes north of Clearwater Beach, the back yard is essentially a private beach, complete with an infinity pool and spa. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom house also has a fireplace and sits on about an acre.

Listing agent: Mary Ann McArthur, Coastal Properties Group

Selling agent: Martha Thorn, Coldwell Banker Residential

The back of the home as seen from the beach [GOOGLE MAPS | ]


2. 602 Riviera Drive, Tampa

This 7,000-square-foot home stands is on a canal near the tip of Davis Islands. Sold for $3.7 million, it has a theater room, five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Listing agent: B G Holmberg, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Michael Ceparano, Future Home Realty Inc.

An aerial view of 602 Riviera, bottom right with bright red roof. [Judson Brady]


3. 1901 Brightwaters Blvd NE, St. Petersburg

This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is 10 minutes from downtown St. Petersburg. Overlooking Tampa Bay, it sold for $3.5 million the same month that a house at 1943 Brightwaters sold for $1 million less. Amenities include a dock and a wine fridge.

Listing agent: Debbie Reeser, Coastal Properties Group

Selling agent: Bonnie Strickland, Douglas Elliman

The back of the home from the dock [Chris Della Penna]


4. 12611 Hayes Clan Road, Riverview

The most sprawling property on the list, this Riverview ranch has nearly 37 acres (the listing states that the “value is in the land”). It’s also the only home on the list far from water, as it is 10 minutes east of I-75. It comes with 76 horse stalls, a medical facility, an office and large animal scales.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house has a wraparound porch but no pool, unlike other homes on this list.

Listing agent: Kimberly Smith, Yellowfin Realty Group

Selling agent: Marty Domres, Domres Real Estate Inv., Inc.

A view of the ranch [Adapco Photography]


5. 11 S Treasure Drive, Tampa

Cathedral ceilings and an elevator are the among the amenities of this two-story South Tampa property. Totaling just over 6,000 square feet, it has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an exercise room and media room. It’s 10 minutes from Tampa International Airport.

Listing agent: Mary Beth Byrd and Leslie Minder, Smith & Associates Real Estate

Selling agent: Mike Hughes and Christine Mastrilli, Coldwell Banker Residential

The view of the backyard from the upstairs balcony [Judson Brady]


6. 3130 2nd St. W, St. Pete Beach

This five-bedroom, three-bathroom home sits just 300 yards south of the Don Cesar hotel with views of the Gulf of Mexico. It sold for $2.9 million.

Listing and selling agent: Timothy Shields, Florida Realty Investments

The balcony [Patrick Bennett]


7. 3505 W San Miguel St. N, Tampa

This South Tampa home, which sold for just under $3 million, is loaded with amenities from a master wing to a game room. It’s in the Palma Ceia/Golf View neighorhood, minutes from Bayshore Boulevard and Tampa Bay. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 7,531 square feet.

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

Selling agent: Steven Moran, Keller Williams Realty

The front of the home [Tony Sica Photography]


8. 672 Soundview Drive, Palm Harbor

Set on almost five acres, this Palm Harbor mansion is secluded enough that there isn’t Google Street View screenshot of it. With a seven-car garage, 22-foot ceilings and a library, the property sold for $2.6 million. It includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a dumbwaiter -- a small freight elevator seen in movies like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Zathura: A Space Adventure.

Listing and selling agent: Ken Rossi, Coastal Properties Group

The entrance road leading to 672 Soundview Drive [Google Maps]


9. 960 Monterey Point NE, St. Petersburg

Overlooking Coffee Pot Bayou, this 4,000-square-foot house is located in a cul-de-sac. It has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, solar panels and a swimming pool with a sun shelf. It sold for $2.45 million.

Listing and selling agent: Bonnie Strickland, Douglas Elliman

The front of the home [Google Maps]



10. 1943 Brightwaters Blvd NE, St. Petersburg

The last house on the list is also the oldest. Built in 1952, it has a wood-burning fireplace and was “priced at land value," meaning it probably will be torn down and replaced with something bigger. It sold for almost $2.5 million and has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Listing and selling agent: Alona Dishy, Re/Max Metro

The front of the home [Google Maps]



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