November 16, 2021

Ybor City's 'Warehome,' built from an old warehouse, is now for sale

A 2,710-square-foot metal warehouse referred to as "The Warehome" is now for sale on Ybor City's south side.

Located at 1517 E 5th Ave., the space was purchased in 2005 for $325,000 by local lawyer Max Fallon and interior architect Gwyn Zesch Fallon, who took it upon themselves to transform what was once a food storage facility and turn it into a functional one-bedroom, two-bathroom modern living space.

In a 2010 profile, the couple told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that they originally purchased the home as an investment opportunity, and possible art gallery. But eventually, Gwyn suggested they move in. "Doing all the work on it, we kind of fell in love with it," Fallon said.

The "Warehome" is currently asking $1,800,000, and the listing agent is David Bailey of SJCO Holdings.

Photos via Zillow

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Ybor City's 'Warehome,' built from an old warehouse, is now for sale
CL Staff

Ybor City's 'Warehome,' built from an old warehouse, is now for sale
CL Staff

Ybor City's 'Warehome,' built from an old warehouse, is now for sale
CL Staff

Ybor City's 'Warehome,' built from an old warehouse, is now for sale
CL Staff

Ybor City's 'Warehome,' built from an old warehouse, is now for sale
CL Staff

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