TAMPA, Fla. – The famed 13,033-square-foot home belonging to the founder of Lazydays RV SuperCenter has a for sale sign in the front yard, the Tampa Tribune reported.
Realtor Toni Everett, of the Toni Everett Co., told the paper Don and Erika Wallace haven’t settled on an asking price, but several people have already expressed interest.
Built in 1997 and assessed at more than $6 million, the home features 12- to 20-foot ceilings, 1.5 acres of land and a 2-bedroom guest house, two pavilions, gazebo and a caretaker’s office, Everett said.
The Wallaces are building a new three-story home, which county records show will have 26,154 square feet of livable space — twice the size of the Bayshore home — and will include two swimming pools, a steam room, outdoor kitchen and game room.
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