SOUTH TAMPA — The Bayshore mansion owned by Randy White, pastor of the troubled Without Walls International Church, remains up for sale.
Last weekend, people crowded the lawn and the home at 4301 Bayshore Blvd., some of them lugging out furniture and other items during a three-day estate sale.
The asking price for the five-bedroom, six-bathroom house is $2.49 million, according to the broker.
White and his ex-wife, Paula White, founded the nondenominational Without Walls in 1991, calling it “the perfect church for people who aren't.” It grew into one of the largest independent evangelical churches in the country, with a reported 22,000 members and bringing in as much as $55 million a year.
Things began to unravel in 2007 with the Whites' well-publicized divorce, a U.S. Senate inquiry into church finances, media scrutiny of the couple's jet-setting lifestyle, and Randy White's addiction to prescription drugs and stroke.
Paula White took over Without Walls for a few years; she now leads a church in Orlando.
The couple bought the Bayshore home for $1.06 million in 2007 and put it on the market in 2010.