Lazydays Founder’s Mansion is On Sale For $22M (2/6/2019)
Story by RVBusiness
The founder of Lazydays RV recently put his lakefront estate in eastern Hillsborough County, Fla., on the market for $22 million, according to a Tampa Bay Times report. Property records show Donald Wallace and his wife, Erika, bought the land for $3 million in 2007.
That asking price makes it the most expensive residential property currently for sale in the Tampa Bay area, knocking a peninsular Gibstonton estate priced at $18 million out of the top spot.
Surrounded by 400 live oaks and 21 imported Italian cypress trees, the Oaks sits on 36 acres along Lake Thonotosassa, Hillsborough’s largest lake. The main house, designed in a French country manor style, is 27,152 square feet and has six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and eight half baths with an elevator connecting all four levels. Custom details include hand-painted silk wallpaper, blue granite marble countertops and wood floors in a herringbone pattern.
The price includes a two-story guest house, saltwater pool, a pool house, six-bay horse stable and barn, a boat dock with boat and jet ski lifts, a race track, a walking trail and a workshop. At night, the entire property is lit by 1,000 lights.
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