An enchanting waterfront property located at 88 Adalia Avenue has made waves in the real estate market as it secured its place as the second-highest residential sale on Davis Islands year-to-date. Sold for $7,050,000, this transaction reflects the enduring appeal of this property and the allure of the exclusive Davis Islands community. Christina Navatta and Isabella Denaro on the Christina Navatta Team of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s South Tampa office represented the buyer.
This Mediterranean-style masterpiece enjoys breathtaking views and impeccable design. Positioned on a quarter-acre parcel with 100 feet of pristine waterfront, the residence is a rare gem that effortlessly combines luxury living with the charm of island living. The 4-bedroom, 4-bath bayfront home boasts a host of features that make it a true standout.
With 4,071 heated square feet of living space, the open floor plan provides a seamless flow throughout. The gourmet kitchen is a culinary dream, featuring Viking appliances, natural gas cooking, abundant storage, and elegant granite countertops. Nearly every room in the house offers breathtaking views of Hillsborough Bay, ensuring residents can always appreciate the stunning waterfront vistas while the private rooftop balcony provides a front-row seat to fabulous sunsets. The home also includes a spacious three-car garage and paver driveway.
Outdoor living is elevated with a covered terrace, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. This waterfront oasis features a palatial in-ground pool while the surrounding spaces extend the ultimate retreat to unwind after a day on the water, complete with a convenient private boat lift.
“This coveted address epitomizes the luxurious and vibrant lifestyle that Davis Islands offers, with its proximity to a bevy of amenities that make the community unique," said Christina Navatta and Isabella Denaro. This sale not only marks a significant achievement in the Davis Islands real estate market but also underscores the timeless appeal of waterfront living.”