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David Robinson's San Antonio Home on the Market for $3.6 Million, Includes 'a stately office and a “sumptuous” master suite' and Horseshoe Pit

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David Robinson recently put up his 12,500 square foot San Antonio mansion on the market for the low-low price of $3.695 million. Robinson’s mansion looks more on the efficient side than the flashy side, fitting in line with the Admiral’s straight-laced persona. (Where are the shark tanks?)

Relator.com has more details on the listing, if you have that sort of spare change burning a hole through your pockets.

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 Robinson’s 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 San Antonio Spurs-stamped basketball court round out the paradise setting.

My favorite part of the listing is the horse shoe pit. It’s too bad the house doesn’t exclude a color scheme set to the Spurs old logo, which bizarrely included pink and teal.

Hey, if Robinson needs a house-sitter any time soon, I’ve got some excellent references…

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