Now on the market, what might the future hold for Bubba Lewis’ 15-acre estate? 

(Courtesy Amelia Fine Homes)

The mansion—a 13,334-square-foot amalgamation of the original main house that Lewis purchased in 1980 and a guesthouse built by Lewis and later connected as his family grew—is a study in character framed by classic upscale finishes and incredible floor-to-ceiling windows. 

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