South Tampa's millionaires' row upholds its stature
TAMPA - A third of Bayshore Boulevard's 96 single-family homes between Platt Street and Gandy Boulevard are worth $1 million or more. That's according to new assessments from the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser's Office. Harry and Carmen Barkett's mansion at 1801 Bayshore — the home previously owned by Lazydays RV SuperCenter founder Don Wallace — has a market value of $5.15 million. The Mediterranean-style house built in 1997 is worth $1.3 million more than any other along Bayshore. Purchased in August 2011 for $6.75 million, the mansion has 14,528 square feet of heated area.The boulevard's second most valuable home, 6303 Bayshore, is owned by John and Elizabeth Theofilos. It has 9,730 square feet of heated area and a market value of $3.8 million. Bayshore's third-most valuable home, 4625 Bayshore, is owned by Francis and Christina Capitano. It has 9,517 square feet of heated area and a market value of $2.7 million. The median market value of Bayshore's single-family homes between Platt and Gandy is $850,000. Meanwhile, Bayshore's 1,465 condominiums between Platt and Gandy have a median market value of $225,000. Bayshore's most valuable condo, which has 6,005 square feet of heated area, is worth more than $1.5 million and is inside the Bellamy, 4201 Bayshore. Bayshore's next two most valuable condos are inside the Alagon, 3507 Bayshore. South of Gandy on Bayshore, there are 13 million-dollar houses, including two of Bayshore's five most valuable.
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