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Places This Week: Ladapo in Pasadena, 400 Beach condo

Amy Kagan

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10 Brightwaters Circle on Snell Isle, designed by Sanford M. Goldman. Photo: YES-Homes.

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Florida’s State Surgeon General purchased a newly-constructed, 3,400 square foot, three-level home in South Pasadena in June for approximately $1.7 million.

Pinellas County public records verified that the buyers were Dr. Joseph Ladapo, who is also a tenured faculty member at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville, and his wife Brianna.

The property, located at 6901 Grande Vista Way South, features four bedrooms, including two master bedrooms with their own ensuite baths. Two large balconies provide 360-degree water views with an elevator running from the garage to the top floor.

According to the Pinellas County Property Appraiser website, there is no homestead exemption on the property, therefore, it is unclear whether the home will serve as Ladapo’s primary residence.

The South Pasadena home purchased by Florida State Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo. Photo: Seasalt Properties.

400 Beach condo lists for over $5 million

A three bedroom, three and a half bath condo, located on the 25th floor of 400 Beach (at 400 Beach Drive) has been added to the market with a price tag of $5.2 million.

This 4,000 square-foot unit features an updated gourmet kitchen, two terraces, a private elevator that opens to a spacious lobby, and floor to ceiling windows with sweeping views of Tampa Bay, the St. Pete Pier, the Vinoy Basin and the Tampa skyline.

Building amenities include 24-hour concierge and security, a resort style pool and fitness center and two secured parking spaces.

The listing agent is Debbie Momberg of Smith & Associates Real Estate.

Vintage cottages on Treasure Island’s Sunset Beach. Photo: Engel & Volkers.

 

Commercial property for sale in Clearwater

A 7,900 square foot office and flexible space, designed by and currently serving as the headquarters of Sofarelli & Associates Architecture Inc., is for sale at 6365 142nd Ave N in Clearwater.

With an asking price of $2.5 million, the gated property features a fully furnished commercial space with a reception area, four private offices, a conference room, workstations and a fully-equipped kitchen. Also included is a 2,700 square foot furnished residential space with a vehicle lift in the attached garage.

Outdoors is a private, 16-space parking lot, RV storage and hook-ups and air-conditioned garages.

The property is listed by Vector Commercial Real Estate Services.

6365 142nd Ave N in Clearwater. Photo: Loopnet.

T.I. Sunset Cottages for sale

Five cottages, steps away from Sunset Beach, are on the market with an asking price of $5.4 million. Listed by Engel & Volkers Madeira Beach, the bundle includes one duplex and four individual buildings, along with a vacant lot, for a total of six parcels and five rental units. The properties are currently part of Sunset Inn and Cottages on Treasure Island and are zoned for daily rentals.

All of the one and two-bedroom units offer full kitchens with living/dining areas and a dedicated off-street parking spot.

Ranging in size from 440 to 954 square feet, the cottages were individually built between 1939 and 1945. According to the listing, two of the cottages, “The Captain” and “The Coral Lee,” were brought over on a barge from MacDill Air Force Base where they were used as officer’s quarters during World War II.

10 Brightwaters Circle, Snell Isle. Photo: Zillow.

 

Home designed by Sanford Goldman lists in Snell Isle

A four-bedroom, five-bathroom property located at 10 Brightwaters Circle NE in Snell Isle has listed for $7.8 million.

Designed by Tampa Bay’s mid-century modern architect, Sanford M. Goldman, the 1964 home features accented interior and exterior walls of stacked rough-cut Jerusalem stone, original longleaf yellow pine paneling, floor to ceiling impact windows and sliding doors, and 90 degrees of water views from almost every room.

There is 200 feet of water frontage and a custom-built dock with enough space to accommodate a large yacht.

Goldman studied under famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1957 and 1958, and his work can be seen throughout the Tampa Bay area, as well as Sarasota and Manatee counties.

The listing agent is Rachel Sartain Tenpenny with Coastal Properties Group.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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