With a 20-car garage, 11,000-square-foot workshop, and an eight-turn racetrack, this Florida estate is a gearhead's dream. The French-Normandy manor is situated on the shore of Lake Thonotosassa just outside of Tampa and was built by RV mogul and car enthusiast Don Wallace. His expansive collection once included some of the rarest race cars in the world ranging from Ferraris and a McLaren F1 to championship drag cars like Bob Glidden's Pro Stock Pinto, and his home reflects that passion. To accompany the garage, there's a retro diner with two race simulators for when the track conditions aren't ideal. The main house has an elevator to navigate its four floors and offers six bedrooms, eight full and seven half baths, and an additional seven-car garage. It also comes with a wood-lined lounge, chef's kitchen, fitness room, sauna, and bowling alley. Throughout the 36-acre property are a saltwater pool, two-story boathouse, horse stable, and one-mile jogging trail all backed by 1,300-feet of lakefront.
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