Former NBA Champion Selling $3.7 Million Mansion
Since announcing his NBA retirement in 2003 the Hall of Fame basketball player and two-time Olympic gold medalist has dabbled in everything from philanthropy to financial advisory to, most recently, the world of venture capitalism. Robinson now looks to raise some capital after listing his home for $3.695 million.
While not quite as large as his previous home, a 12,500-square-foot custom manse, his latest property certainly isn’t lacking in size. Sited on two acres in Shavano Park, his Mediterranean-style home weighs in comfortably at 8,175 square feet of living space and has five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and three fireplaces.
Inside, the home appears well-equipped for a seven-footer. Vaulted ceilings and towering arches are prevalent throughout and add a sense of space and volume to an already lofty interior. Lacking nothing in the amenity department, it features a gourmet kitchen with a stone hearth, a stately office and a “sumptuous” master suite complete with a giant soaking tub.
Head to the rear of his home and the grounds explode into a combination of resort-like leisure space and sportsman’s oasis. An inviting pool and spa with water features, swim jets and other bells and whistles sits adjacent to a long, covered patio; while a volleyball court, horseshoe pit, tennis court and special custom basketball court round out the paradise setting.
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Images via San Antonio Board Of Realtors