Gary Kompothecras is a wealthy chiropractor who also runs 1-800-ASK-GARY, a “medical and lawyer referral service” operating in Florida. He owns this whopping 29,948 square foot Beaux-Arts style mega mansion on Point of Rocks Road on Siesta Key in Sarasota, FL. It was built by Steven Bramley Construction and is valued at at $7.4 million. It boasts 7 bedrooms, bowling alley and a subterranean garage.

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  • Kenny Forder

    The shape reminds me of Alvin Malnik’s house in Ocean Ridge!




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    • Daniel

      Yes! I was just about to write that. Al’s is much nicer in my opinion though.




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    • JAMES

      YES! IT’S A NICE HOUSE I OWN THE STONE COMPANY THAT DID THE STONE QUITE THE CALLENGE THIS WAS. GARY WAS A REAL PLEASURE TO WORK WITH. THE COLUMNS IN THE BACK OF THE HOME WERE SET WITH A CRANE THEIR IN SECTIONS. OH THE FUN THAT WAS!

      CLASSIC STONEWROKS LLC. 941-876-4504
      5524 INDPENDENCE CT.
      PUNTA GORDA, FL 33982




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  • Grrrowler

    The architecture practically screams fun, sun, and frivolity! This is exactly what I would want on a sunny beachfront lot: the Bank Of England. Even better, in this case, is that it’s surrounded by condos and what looks like much smaller beach cottages.




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  • Tay

    nooooooo. privacy.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Pull up the entry for “disgusting” in Roget’s. You’ll find my comment there.




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    • snorkelmonkey

      hear, hear.




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  • Sam

    Comparable to the stucco mansions in Bridle Path and Beverly Hills, however this has a far nicer location. I love it, no matter how ostentatious it looks!




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  • Hugh

    Like having the entrance on the second level.

    Don’t really like the rear elevation




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  • Hugh

    The public walkway is a worry




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  • Nightmoves

    What is with the ramps? It looks like a toy hot wheels house.




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  • Tony

    that crazy ass ramp in the front of da damn house that you have to drive up look a hot ass damn mess, that ruined the whole house, i thought it was a nice house till I saw that damn roller coaster/skateboard ramp looking thing in the front of the house, I mean this is a huge house that appears to be made of stone, this had the potential to be a really nice house, who the hell was the genius that thought of putting a damn ramp to drive your car to the front door, I mean if a disabled person is living there or something and they need a ramp to be driven right to the door or something then that’s different, but other than that I don’t get it




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  • Ulrike

    I don’t care much abut the house. I do care about the owner. I was his patient when he was a chiroprakter. I never know him under above name.
    He called himself “Buttocavoli” and had to close his practise because of a
    “drug” insident. In his case, he did not go “down”, he went “up”. How nice.
    How people can change……..?????!!!!!! Thats all.




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  • Anonomous

    hey guys, im staying in the condo directly in front of this mansion, and its beautiful to look a, i’d just rather have the beach to wake up to, than a mansion…just sayin’.




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  • jay

    I go to siesta key every year, I just was there this weekend and hung out with Gary, his lawyer and 2 other guys. What a nice group of people. He is a loving husband and 2 of his kids have autism. The ramps are for direct drive up to front door purposes. Elevated for Sarasota gulf front storm surge protection. Hey the ramps aren’t pretty, but function over beauty sometimes is a necessity. And the lawyer set a record for eating 17 lobsters. lol




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  • Lee

    I have to say, I think it’s an eyesore in such a beautiful location. It shows how cocky he is and how he built his fortune on unfortunate people and their car accidents. Not the type of person I’d want to deal with and I have in the past.




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  • Anon

    He’s diversifying his interests because of accusations/investigations into medical insurance fraud with possible criminal prosecution. Surprise, surprise!




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  • newcomb

    As a lifelong resident of Siesta Key I can tell you this “mansion” ruined a beautiful beach spot that was open to the public and a favorite spot for locals as far back as I can remember(1960s). There is also no longer any parking at access 13 thanks to this giant yellowing box with gaudy columns. Whether you like the style or not, it just doesn’t fit the locale or the neighborhood (look around). Move over quaint charm, make way for the trappings of big-time blood money.
    And I don’t know about autism, but I can tell you his kid is a punk braggart litterbug druggie that drives like an idiot maniac through an otherwise quiet neighborhood. PS If you are afraid of hurricanes and storm surge, please build your mansion somewhere else. We did fine before gary and his ilk. a lot better, in fact.




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  • Geebo Harris

    This house is so out of place on the beach. When they were first building it, it had more of a castle look which I guess was so ridiculous even the owner decided against it and changed the whole look of the place mid-construction.

    Sure, it’s a great mansion, and Siesta Key residents are no strangers to huge ostentatious houses. But it’s the styling of this house that doesn’t jibe. It looks like someone took a Federal building from D.C. and airlifted it onto Crescent beach.




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    • Me Smith

      I agree.




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  • Truth Not PC

    Now it’s the center attraction on the MTV series ‘Siesta Key’. How in the hell can a chiropractor afford this. I suspect with all the attention of the TV show will bring some unwanted heat to this guy.




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    • Kim Milliron

      Many years ago, I worked for Gary. He was the owner of 1st Health Incorporated and there were several office branches throughout Florida. It was pretty big. I met him about half a dozen times and he was always a really nice person. He did seem to care about his employees.




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      • Truth Not PC

        That helps to explain that he’s not just a chiropractor.




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        • Me Smith

          Today his clinics have $70 million to $80 million in annual revenue, according to industry estimates. Kompothecras recently built a 29,948-square-foot, oceanfront mansion on Siesta Key assessed at $7.4 million. He owns an 11-seat private jet and earlier this year purchased Sarasota’s Captiva Beach Resort for $1.83 million.




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    • Me Smith

      Some people save, invest and may have other sources of income.




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  • Good Luck with that.

    A Disgusting home for Disgusting people. Complete eyesore and the people are a disgrace for Siesta Key. You think you can make this kind of money by just being “A Chiropractor with an Insurance Referral Company” ? Come on. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e91a4ae0901bab3449a6618dbab425aa2149d689c90e6e011fac0cec830b7c14.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e4311dd4689979cc1519a57c1252349e80e0b65b17e1c1590d7f5c95cef33b2f.jpg




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    • Me Smith

      You seem jealous and bitter? Do you know what he does to earn his income or his back ground?
      Do you also call out professional ball players that blow their money on homes and cars they can’t afford or deserve?




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    • Truth Not PC

      Exactly. That income would barely cover the property taxes.




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  • Me Smith

    Personal I think the home is ugly and doesn’t belong on a beach but it isn’t my home, my mortgage or my problem.




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  • Me Smith

    How many of you think Alex is good looking or would get any girls if he wasn’t from a wealthy family?
    Do you think Kelsey would give him the time of day if he was broke? Every girl in that town has slept with him.




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    • Truth Not PC

      Pure money. The dude looks like a gorilla. Without the money none of these people would have anything to do with him.




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  • TruthSeeker

    I know exactly what he does. It’s called insurance fraud and it’s 100% illegal. The reason he is not in jail is because he’s made so much money committing fraud, he can buy off anyone who tries to sue him or fine him. If you make 100 million dollars a year and someone sues you or fines you $250,000 all you do is settle or pay the fine and keep doing what you’re doing. That’s his business plan.




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