In April, New York Yankees Hall of Famer, Derek Jeter, rented his 21,796-square foot Florida mansion to famed NFL quarterback and good friend, Tom Brady, and family, after Brady signed a two-year $50M contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Just three years prior, the Miami Marlins owner (Jeter) moved into a 19th floor penthouse in Coconut Grove Miami. It’s rumored that Brady is building a property of his own not far from 58 Bahama Circle.
The Davis Island 1.25-acre walled estate, known as St. Jetersburg, is listed at $29M and features seven bedrooms, eight baths, and eight half-baths. Smith & Associates are handling the sale of the home and have listed exterior details as follows:
- Luxury property on 345 feet of open bay on Davis Islands (largest waterfront property in South Tampa)
- Dock with two boat lifts
- 9,000 sq. feet of expansive outdoor porches and balconies
- Precisely manicured lush landscaping promotes privacy and security
- 80-foot saltwater lap pool
- Luxury heated spa
- Home automation system that controls outdoor security and lighting
- Large, covered outdoor kitchen
- Granite and limestone façade
- Air-conditioned six-car garage with additional laundry room and scullery
The impeccable craftsmanship flows from the outside in where a 24-foot foyer welcomes guests and sets the mood for the opulence of the residence. Inside, along with floor to ceiling windows that look out over expansive bay views, fine details and unique features put the home on another level.
- Double hand-crafted solid hardwood entry doors
- Venetian plastered walls
- Expansive wine cellar
- Swanky movie theater
- Professional gym
- Chic in-law suite and au pair wing
- Stately all-wood office with fireplace
- Spacious dining room that seats 12 comfortably
The elegant owner’s retreat features two vast closets, a luxe seating area, fireplace, spa bathroom with steam shower, and private balcony. A massive clubroom (man cave) features several large TVs, a pool table, full bar, and game table. The chef’s kitchen has two huge marble islands, four sinks, and a butler’s pantry.
There are several things that make this estate and other luxury Florida properties appealing to out-of-staters looking to relocate. For one, Florida has no income tax. Two, Tampa is a sprawling city with less density than other cities. Three, the Florida weather (aside from the humidity).
If interested in a private showing of 58 Bahama Circle, contact Smith and Associates to schedule a visit.