Location: 425 W Bitters Road, San Antonio, TX

Square Footage: 23,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 9 bedrooms & 14 bathrooms

Price: $18,000,000

This newly listed mega mansion is located at 425 W Bitters Road in San Antonio, TX and is situated on nearly 30 landscaped acres. It is owned by Robert Kolitz, who inherited a couple of hundred million dollars when his mother passed away back in the early 2000’s. He is the president of Golden Feather Realty Services, a company that contracts with the government for housing contracts.

It was built in 2002 and features approximately 23,000 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms and 11 full and 3 half bathrooms. There is a 2-story foyer with skylight, formal living and dining rooms, built-in wet bar, massive gourmet kitchen with skylight, breakfast room, family room with coffered ceiling and fireplace, home office with fireplace and aquarium, billiards/recreation room with wet bar, wine cellar with tasting room, multiple garages and much more. Outdoor features include extensive covered living/dining areas, swimming pool with spa, fire/water features, koi pond and a lake.

Thanks to HOTR Marc for the tip! According to him (he toured the home), the home features a 4,000 square foot master suite with bulletproof windows and 125 tons of A/C to keep it cool in the hottest of San Antonio Summers.

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  • Jason

    for $18 million I’d demand better shots. this is an oddball house with some good points. I like the grounds and rear views. Not so much, the rest.




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  • Eric2

    Have to say for a house in Texas, the Landscapers did a hell of a good job!
    Rather refreshing to see so much GREEN. Several ponds, fountains, water, and I LOVE those flagstones with the grass growing between them. I’ve had a house with that and I know its very hard to have that look without the plants pushing the flagstones every which way.

    Curious if one of those aerial pics was taken during construction. There is a HUGE greenhouse like structure to the right that is missing in the other aerial pics.

    The interior looks fairly ok, NOT a fan of the modern art everywhere. Of course I am sure most know how I feel about anything “Modern” 😛

    Another interesting house that SORELY needs floor plans to tie it all together, hard to know where ANY of those rooms fit in the house, or what floor some of them are on.

    All in all an “Ok” house for the price, and being in Texas 😛




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  • Marc

    The large tents in one of the shots are from the wedding of his daughter back in 2006. Here is a link when the wedding was featured in a national wedding magazine.

    http://insideweddings.com/real-weddings/karee-kolitz-loren-jones




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  • Daniel

    A very eclectic home.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like how the exterior is reminiscent of the missions in San Antonio. I think it’s attractive and interesting, and there are some nicely-done details.

    The interior is also interesting, but in a different way. It’s still just acres of beige with some colored pieces thrown around to break it up. I’m guessing it works better in real life than in the terrible pics, but I’d still want to change a majority of the furnishings. There are some nice spaces and some lovely details.




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  • Teddi

    Fire the photographer. Something is truly wrong when the Google map pics are the best pics in the lot.




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