Retired NBA player David Robinson, who played for the Spurs, is selling his San Antonio, TX home. However, it is not listed on the MLS. The home is located at 1 Admirals Way in a guard gated community called “The Dominion”. It was built in 1997 and boasts a main house, guest/pool house, swimming pool with spa and a lighted tennis court. Price is available upon request.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Light and airy, yet extremely private, this is a home of the finest quality. Built in 1997 for the current owners, it sits upon just over three acres and has its own private gates. The interior has a pleasing blend of elegant curves, clean contemporary lines and reflects a neutral palate. Special features include a Lutron lighting system, cutting edge electronics, a private elevator, two utility areas, dual offices and a large exercise/yoga studio with full bath and steam shower. Six ensuite bedrooms upstairs adjoin a large game room with a charming balcony that captures the magnificence of the western skyline and sunsets. This property truly has something to delight each family member.

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  • Daniel

    Hasn’t aged well at all. And I’d never want to live in a place that is as creepy as “The Dominion.”




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  • NOVA Ben

    Ugh, boring inside and out, and aging horribly.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I don’t need to “request” the price, I already know it’s too high




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  • Grrrowler

    Behind three gates…? Paranoid much? If you have to put your gated house on a gated street in a gated neighborhood, you’re living in the wrong place. As for the house itself…well, I just couldn’t hate it more. Price on request? Why bother…




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  • Al Robinson

    I actually think it’s alright. Is it spectacular… no, of course not. I think how you decorate makes the difference. I am not always a fan of all white rooms, but I have a theory about that for Robinson’s. David Robinson is a well known religious person, who is open about his beliefs. I’m wondering if the mantra, “cleanliness is godliness” is true in this case. All white is clean. Again, just a theory.

    I have no idea why Robinson would need three gates, but he probably just likes his privacy.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I like to know where I’m going when I drive somewhere, but I don’t stick 3 GPS units in my car.




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      • NOVA BS

        Sorry Ben, but frankly no one cares about you or your life.

        As for a NBA MVP and 2 time NBA Champion like David Robinson, privacy and security go hand in hand, mo-ron.




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