The expansive Singer Island estate bought in July by Food Network superstar Guy Fieri was on the market for sale fully furnished for eight months before the Flavortown kingpin picked it up at a discounted rate of $7.3 million.

That’s nearly $1.5 million less than the list price for the five-bedroom, five-bathroom corner lot home dubbed as “rare” for its 230 feet of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway and room for a 100-foot yacht.

Whether Fieri keeps the furniture, which includes a smothering of leather and heavy dark wood pieces, is unknown but sources familiar with the sale said the spikey-haired chef visited the home more than once and will likely undertake a hefty remodel.

The home, which has 6,621 square feet of indoor living space, was built in 2008 with Grecian-style columns, hand-carved coral stone fireplaces, pecky cypress beamed ceilings, an elevator that leads to the master suite, which has a private balcony and private laundry. The open kitchen has two center islands, a Wolfe eight-burner stove, double ovens, granite counters, and a restaurant-style stainless steel double-door refrigerator.


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