April 17, 2020

Inside Tampa Bay's most expensive homes that are still for sale despite coronavirus

Sure, Tampa Bay's real estate market has pretty much imploded since the coronavirus outbreak, but there are still some giant properties still up for grabs. Between an indoor gun range, bowling alley and personal movie theaters, these mansions offer a glimpse at total quarantine luxury. And, for now, they're still on the market, at least until Tom Brady decides to move out of Derek Jeter's house.

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2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs
$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.

2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs

$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.
2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs
$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.

2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs

$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.
2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs
$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.

2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs

$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.
2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs
$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.

2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs

$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.
2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs
$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.

2450 Bryan Lane, Tarpon Springs

$19,000,000
Tampa Bay’s most expensive listing is actually a two-for-one. Comprising two houses and an entertainment pavilion, the 26,000-square-foot property comes with nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two exercise rooms, two offices, a media room, a hidden concrete panic room, 4 fireplaces, a swimming pool and a huge deck. The property also has a paved nature trail, five docks and a concrete boat ramp for access to Lake Tarpon lagoon. A 2016 Bennington Tritoon is also included in the property’s price.