December 09, 2022

The former St. Pete home of Tampa Bay Bucs legend Mike 'A-Train' Alstott is now for sale

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A home that once belonged to the greatest NFL fullback of all time is now on the market in St. Petersburg.

Located at 7800 9th Ave. S, the waterfront home sits within Yacht Club Estates and was owned by former Tampa Bay Buccaneer star Michael "A-Train" Alstott, who purchased the home in 1999 for $775,000, according to property records.

The 6,032-square foot home was originally built in 1961 and was completely remodeled for Alstott and his family, says the listing.

The home comes with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as red oak flooring, a saltwater pool and spa, 143 feet of frontage with a dock and boat lift, a game room with a full bar capable of holding three kegs, a multi-level office with a gym, and more.

Alstott was a six-time Pro Bowler and played 12 season with the Bucs, including a Super Bowl run with the team in 2002. Alstott held the team record for career TDs with 71, until that record was broken by Mike Evans in 2021.

A-Train was inducted to the Buccaneers Ring of Honor in 2015, and is currently ranked No. 10 on the NFL Network's "Top Ten Power Backs."

Alstott and his now ex-wife Nicole sold the home in 2012 for $1.9 million, but the estate is currently asking $4,999,000.

Coincidentally, the home is being sold by Eric Dungy, who besides being a realtor with Compass Florida, LLC, he is also the son of former Bucs head coach Tony Dungy.
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The former St. Pete home of Tampa Bay Bucs legend Mike 'A-Train' Alstott is now for sale
Photo via Zillow
The former St. Pete home of Tampa Bay Bucs legend Mike 'A-Train' Alstott is now for sale
Photo via Zillow
The former St. Pete home of Tampa Bay Bucs legend Mike 'A-Train' Alstott is now for sale
Photo via Zillow
The former St. Pete home of Tampa Bay Bucs legend Mike 'A-Train' Alstott is now for sale
Photo via Zillow
The former St. Pete home of Tampa Bay Bucs legend Mike 'A-Train' Alstott is now for sale
Photo via Zillow

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