LazyDays RV king Don Wallace has sold his South Tampa mansion for $6.75 million.
Wallace and his wife Erika transferred the 15,396-square-foot estate Thursday to Carmen and Harry Barkett, president of Amalie Oil Co., county property records show, The St. Petersburg Times reported.
Realtor Toni Everett listed and sold the five-bedroom, 12-bathroom home at 1801 Bayshore Blvd. Wallace’s asking price had been $10.5 million.
The sale of Wallace’s mansion is among Hillsborough County’s priciest homes transactions in recent years: In July 2010, Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik bought a $6 million South Tampa home as well as an adjacent lot for $2.5 million.
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter paid $7.7 million for a Davis Islands property covering three lots and millions more to build and design a home.