Address: 10000 Lindelaan Drive, Tampa
Details: An estate designed by architect Sol Fleischman has entered the market for $8.5 million. Boasting high ceilings and contemporary lines, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired, Prairie-style residence is owned by Julie Wooley, widow of Jeffery Wooley, a Tampa auto executive who was president and CEO of Asbury’s Courtesy Automotive Group and served on its board of directors.
The six-bedroom, seven full and two-half bath home has a split floor plan.
Galvanized steel accents and travertine flooring complement the sleek aesthetic, styled by interior designer Marybeth Norton.
In addition, there is a gourmet kitchen and separate guest quarters.
The property also offers a private beach, boat house and boat ramp.
Listed by: The property is marketed exclusively by Jeramiah Bustin and Shane Vanderson of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s South Tampa office.
Gianfranco Spagnolo Photography
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