Tampa Bay home of Christian Television Network’s Bob D’Andrea is now for sale | Tampa

The home of a pioneering televangelist is now on the market in Seminole, Florida.

Located at 360 137th St., the waterfront home is currently owned by Jane D’Andrea, wife of Christian Television Network (CTN) co-founder and president Robert “Bob” D’Andrea, who, according to CTN , died earlier this year “after battling an illness unrelated to COVID.”

According to property records, Bob D’Andrea bought the house in 1996 for $502,000.

The 4,168-square-foot home is straight out of “The Righteous Gemstones” and features five bedrooms and five bathrooms, plus a two-story atrium, indoor hot tub, indoor-outdoor pool, spa heart-shaped, a pond, a dock and more.

Launched in October 1979 from flagship WCLF in Largo, CTN is one of the oldest televangelist networks in the country and over the years has featured programs like “Homekeepers Classics,” a show for women or stay-at-home husband, “Man360,” a show for godly men, and “Set Free If You Want to Be,” a program for people who want to “get out of the gay lifestyle and those who want freedom from bondage. sexual”.

D’Andrea House is currently asking for $1.8 million and the listing agent is Cynthia Kisida Coastal Properties Group.

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