Luxury Home Auction
4602 W San Miguel Street
Tampa, FL 33629
9/01/22 @ 9:00 AM ET
9/15/22 @ 2:00 PM ET
Located within the sought after South Tampa neighborhood of Sunset Park, this mega mansion was built in 2011 and draws influence from the historic castles of Europe. Fitted with modern accommodations and resort worthy styling, this home is ideal for entertaining guests as well as enjoying the abundant living space. Just 6± miles from Downtown Tampa and directly across the bay from St. Petersburg, this home is well located within Tampa Bay.
The three-story, 15,868± square foot estate sits on half an acre and features 8± en suite bedrooms, 9± full bathrooms, 4± half baths, a 4± car split garage, and an 823± sf two-level detached guest wing. The guest suite features a living area, kitchenette, full bath, and upstairs bedroom with balcony. There is also a large entertainment space with green room, a high capacity wine cellar with sump pump, spa, family room, office, game room, and media room. The master suite features a large awe-inspiring bathroom with garden tub, stand in shower, security safes, and his and her closets. The home also features expansive balconies, 2± laundry areas, multiple kitchenettes/wet bars and a well appointed open plan kitchen fitted with butler’s pantry, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops.
Approaching the home, guests are greeted with a remarkable entranceway supported by fluted Corinthian stone columns. Upon entering the grand foyer, your eyes are drawn to the custom helical staircase, tall ceilings, and Mediterranean style pillars.
Bask in the outdoors in the privacy of the colossal paved brick courtyard with resort style zero-entry pool complete with a jacuzzi, lanai, grilling station, and water/fountain feature.
Premium attributes include solid mahogany doors, cast limestone finishes, marble and wood floors, and custom crown molding. There are 7± HVAC units to service the space.
The home is bank owned and has some deferred maintenance, including water damage to some exterior doors resulting from rain leaks and subsequent deterioration. There is a detached section from an exterior entrance pillar, and wear and tear on outer decorative cornices. There is also some rotted wood and water stains on the ceiling of the lanai, and a few interior areas throughout the home indicating water intrusion. More photos can be found in the Property Information Package.
Tranzon Driggers, Lic. Real Estate Broker