April 04, 2019

Tampa home once owned by Yankees owner Steinbrenner is on sale for $2.1 million, let's take a tour

A Tampa mansion once owned by Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner is now on the market for $2,099,900. Located in South Tampa, the canal-front home was purchased by Steinbrenner in 2007 for $1.85 million and comes with plenty of perks besides baseball clout. The four bedroom, five bathroom estate features Turkish marble floors, a resort-style heated spa and pool, and covered boat lift. The home's listing agent is Paul DeSantis.

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Tampa home once owned by Yankees owner Steinbrenner is on sale for $2.1 million, let's take a tour
Tampa home once owned by Yankees owner Steinbrenner is on sale for $2.1 million, let's take a tour
Tampa home once owned by Yankees owner Steinbrenner is on sale for $2.1 million, let's take a tour
Tampa home once owned by Yankees owner Steinbrenner is on sale for $2.1 million, let's take a tour
Tampa home once owned by Yankees owner Steinbrenner is on sale for $2.1 million, let's take a tour

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