There’s a newly listed property just topped the list for priciest house for sale in Hillsborough County! 4621 Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa is an 8,900-square-foot estate, on 2.6 acres, but it isn’t visible from the road. This private estate boasts 6 bedrooms and 9.5 baths, a guest house, fitness and service building, pavilion, conservatory and pergola. The historic Bayshore Boulevard estate is known locally as the Stovall-Lee house, and was just listed for $13.9 Million. Built in 1909 by L.T. Tousdale, then general manager of the Florida Brewing Company in Ybor City, the property was owned by Tampa Tribune founding publisher Wallace Stovall from 1915 to 1943. Stovall sold the home to William E. Lee, and the family had it added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The current seller, Harry E. Teasley Jr., was president and CEO of Coca-Cola Foods and CEO of Coca-Cola Nestle Refreshments. He purchased the property in 1991. Check out the photos of this magnificent estate below.