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NBA Player Stephen Jackson Rents Out Texas Home For $12,500

Via Realtor

Back in February, NBA free agent swingman Stephen Jackson put his San Antonio, TX, home up for sale for $3 million. He’s since slashed the price twice, and the home’s now sits at the list price of $2.7 million.

However, Jackson still hasn’t found any takers, and the house just went up for rent for $12,500 per month; Kimberly Howell is the listing agent.

The monthly rent does get you a lot of house: the traditional, Colonial-style home is over 10,000 square feet on two-plus acres of land. There are seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms and an 11-car garage.

Entering the house, you’re greeted by a dramatic double marble staircase—and while it’s tempting to go upstairs, you won’t want to miss the first floor’s shared spaces: The living room has large single-hung windows and a fireplace. Also, the family room is a spacious 34 feet by 30 feet with support columns that add flair to the room and recessed lighting.

The kitchen, with its big island and modern appliances, sits next the the family room, although there is a wall with an entryway that separates the two rooms.

The master bedroom has access to the outside, a sitting room, walk-in closets and a fireplace as well. The master bathroom has a huge shower and a whirlpool tub with a chandelier over it, to give it a little dramatic touch. This space also leads to a gym, which makes it easy to access for your morning workouts.

Other rooms include a study, a theater, a formal dining room and four “other” rooms that you can use based on your imagination or need. Outside, you’ll find a pool in the backyard with a large patio for gatherings. There’s also a separate cabana for getting ready for a swim.

Being that Stephen doesn’t currently have an NBA job, he might just need that money.

Flip the page to see how this grown man decorated this home

Images via San Antonio Board Of Realtors

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