This St. Pete ‘Pink Streets’ home sits on seven lots and comes with an indoor pool

A sprawling midcentury home on one of the largest properties within St. Petersburg's Pink Streets district is now on the market.

Located at 1700 Serpentine Dr. S, the home was built in 1952, and if you're wondering why there are so many stuffed fish on the walls, it's because it's owned by captain Arik Bergerman, of the Under Armour-sponsored Caliente fishing team.

Sitting on a grand total of seven lots, the estate comes with 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, and features a detached 1,560-square-foot guest house, a greenhouse, an indoor saltwater pool with a waterfall, exposed wood beams, a game room, and a whole house generator.

The home is currently asking $2,375,000, and the listing agents are Peter Chicouris and Anne Atkisson of Weichert, Realtors - Equity.

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This St. Pete ‘Pink Streets’ home sits on seven lots and comes with an indoor pool
This St. Pete ‘Pink Streets’ home sits on seven lots and comes with an indoor pool
This St. Pete ‘Pink Streets’ home sits on seven lots and comes with an indoor pool
This St. Pete ‘Pink Streets’ home sits on seven lots and comes with an indoor pool
This St. Pete ‘Pink Streets’ home sits on seven lots and comes with an indoor pool

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