This Spanish Colonial style waterfront estate, dubbed Villa Terranova, is located at 2040 Bridgewaters Boulevard Northeast in St. Petersburg, FL. The 1.6 acre property boasts 380 feet of waterfront and can accommodate several boats, the largest up to 112 feet. The 18,350 square foot mansion (12,412 air conditioned square feet) boasts 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, 2-story great room with balconies, floor to ceiling window doors that are motorized, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with breakfast nook and huge walk-in pantry, internet room, 1800 square foot master suite with custom his-and-hers closets, laundry/project room, club room with pool  table and 120 inch drop ceiling projection screen, lavish bar area, numerous outdoor entertaining spaces with fireplace and kitchen, stone patio, swimming pool with spa, 3-car attached garage and a 2-car detached garage. It is listed at $13,900,000.

This is truly a fantastic waterfront estate. I actually really like the exterior. The interior is very well done and I love all the unique spaces such as the club room and lavish bar area.  I for one wish it was located in a better area and situated next to homes of the same grandeur.

*Thanks to Jayson for the tip!

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  • Cole

    Very nice estate! Only problem I have with this property is the location. Don’t really like St. Petersburg, I’d rather it be in Naples, Miami, or Palm Beach. Lot of square footage, but it is way overpriced.




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  • Daniel

    Well, considering this style of home is a dime a dozen in Boca Raton, I *consider* myself to be somewhat of an expert on it.

    Overall, the home is skimpy on details, especially considering the asking price and location. It could have been MUCH nicer on the inside and out. The home layout seems to be very nice, and the lot is equally beautiful. Inside, they REALLY restrained themselves, to the point where it looks cheap. I think the living room is the best part of the home. I like the columns and balconies. Every other room though looks like it could be in a home a fifth of the price. Honestly, nothing special. Model homes in Wellington have MUCH nicer furnishings and details.

    For a million less, I could have this AMAZING home in Boca Raton, on arguably one of the best roads in the city. As close to perfect as I can find (minus that horrible kitchen color…stain it NOW)

    http://www.marktimothy.com/portfolio/700_new.htm




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  • John Burgdorf

    Wow, now this property is stunning. I love how the back lounge areas open up to the pool area and outside grounds. The home fits very well with the pool. Oh yes, I really like those garage doors!




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  • Grrrowler

    Well, I like some of it. The front is very attractive, but I wish many of the design details had been continued on the rear facade. The grounds are definitely nice. The interior needs some help I’m afraid. I don’t mind the restraint, but it’s just not that interesting. The living room is WAY too small for a house of this size and price. Seriously, two small settees and nothing else? It’s llittle more than a reception room. The living room could be expanded into the dining area, but then where’s the formal dining area? I hate the floors throughout the entire house, and a lot of the light fixtures look cheap. The layout of the master bathroom is terrible; the tub is literally sitting at the end of a hallway. In a $14,000,000 house, why did the agent feel compelled to include a picture of the laundry room?

    I definitely don’t mind parts of FL’s west coast, but St Pete isn’t my favorite area. For the west coast, I’d prefer this house to be in Naples.




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  • Kieran

    It bothers me how dark the roof and spouting is




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