When we think of Tampa, Florida, we're usually flooded with images of grandparents, floral couches and a lot of golf. But you won't find any of those things in Tom and June Simpson's 25,000-square-foot home. What you will find however, are eye-popping features including life-size replicas of the some of the most famous places in the world.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, the couple loved the vibe of California homes, so they hired a West Coast-trained luxury builder to create their dream house. But while there is a certain West Coast look to the home (such as the exterior), some of the home's features defy any sort of decor classification. Such as recreations of the Oval Office and the Tampa Theater. There's also a "memorabilia Hall Of Fame" that includes items from John Lennon, Elvis and Liberace (of course).
We'd be remiss if we didn't mention the two-level lagoon pool and 5,000-square-foot courtyard. Watch the video above to see this property, and head over to the Tampa Bay Times for more information.
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