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South Hillsborough waterfront mansion sold for $4.6M


Ashley Gurbal Kritzer-

A waterfront estate on Dickman Island that includes a helipad and is zoned for equestrian uses has been sold for $4.6 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

The 6,619-square-foot home at 1 Dickman Island in Ruskin sits on a 4.43-acre lot, according to the MLS. The transaction closed on Monday, according to the MLS. It includes a five-car garage.

The seller was a Michigan-based corporation, according to Hillsborough County property records. A deed for the transaction has not yet been filed.

Jennifer Zales of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate represented both the buyer and the seller. Zales declined to disclose the buyer.

When the property sold in August 2014, the sales price was reported as $5.5 million. But that sales price reflected multiple parcels, and the recorded price for just the home was $5.05 million, according to property records.

The property was listed at $5.49 million, according to MLS, and went under contract on June 27.

Zales has several high-profile listings in the Tampa Bay region, including a $13 million estate on Bayshore Boulevard and a $7.9 million waterfront estate on Safety Harbor. According to the MLS, the Safety Harbor property is under contract.

Zales declined to comment on both the Safety Harbor home and the Dickman Island sale.

“It is no secret that we have seen explosive growth in the ultra-luxury market segment in Tampa Bay since January,” Zales said in a statement. “Tampa Bay real estate is being seen as a bargain compared to areas such as Miami and Naples, some areas of Sarasota. We offer some of the best waterfront values in Florida. ”

The Dickman Island estate is the latest of several high-dollar homes to trade in recent weeks. A $6.04 million home in Palma Ceia sold on July 29; in July, two homes in Tampa’s Westshore area sold for more than $6 million.

Ashley Gurbal Kritzer is senior reporter for the Tampa Bay Business Journal.