The Florida retreat of late Yankees owner George Steinbrenner surfaced once again on the open market this summer with a $4.4 million price tag. If you pitch an acceptable offer, you may be able to come home to its dignified gates outside Tampa.
The property is situated on the Palma Ceia Golf Course. The mansion that crowns it spans nearly 13,500 square feet, and contains seven bedrooms and eleven baths, including two half-baths.
With nearly an acre to play with, the outdoor layout is luxuriously meandering, with gardens, arbors, and a large pool and lounge with an outdoor kitchen and a dining spot nearby. No guest house, but a guest or staff apartment is sequestered away in a corner of the winged house, and may be accessed via the home’s elevator.
The home’s interiors are occasionally dazzling. The foyer greets the eye with harlequin-pattern stone tile, black on white, and features panoramic murals on the walls. Amenities in the house include a media room, a billiards room, an office, a country-cottage kitchen, and a massive master suite with cavernous closet space.