$6.625M Culbreath Isles Estate Sets Record as Hillsborough County’s Most Expensive Home Sold in 2016

TAMPA, FL (July 25, 2016) – The most expensive home sale in Hillsboro County in 2016 is 4814 Culbreath Isles Road in Tampa for $6.625 million. Jeff Shelton of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s Hughes-Shelton Realtors represented the buyers in this record-breaking transaction. The property closed on July 11 after just 32 days on the market.

The Mediterranean home was custom built in 2013 with 10,850 square-feet of space. Six bedrooms and seven bathrooms provide sweeping views of the resort-style pool and spa and 240-feet of waterfrontage. Luxury features include a butler’s pantry, wine cellar, elevator, Wolfe and Sub Zero appliances and a media room. Most of the ensuite bedrooms offer water views and a lanai.

A landscaped backyard accommodates an outdoor kitchen, pool and spa at the water’s edge of Old Tampa Bay. A boat lift and three-car garage provide plenty of space to accommodate water sport toys.

Hughes-Shelton Realtors were recently recognized with the International President’s Premier Team Award for exceptional performance. The team may be reached at 813-286-6563.

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