Gregg Popovich tried to sell his massive San Antonio house in 2019, but pulled it off the market January 1, 2020. The house is back on the market with a lower asking price and now Popovich is rumored to be a candidate for the Brooklyn Nets job. Downsizing or leaving town mode? That’s the big question right now for a 71-year-old future hall of famer who has called San Antonio home since 1994 when he took the Spurs general manager job.
Let’s be honest here, at Gregg’s age there’s no way he needs just under 10,000 sq. ft. of living space. Don’t forget this place has a wine cellar that holds 3,000 bottles. Maybe he downsizes to a 3,000 sq. ft. house on Long Island with one of those wine refrigerators you buy from Home Depot. You pop a bottle here and there after a big win, but most of the time you fill up via the Franzia in the main refrigerator.
Perfectly designed for a lifestyle that embraces both intimate moments and grand-scale entertaining. Enter through the secondary gate for Vineyard Estates within the guard gated Dominion exemplifying privacy and secluded with spectacular panoramic vistas.
Step inside this exquisite custom built Don Craighead estate and be greeted by walls of floor to ceiling windows allowing for natural lighting to flood the interior, affording ample opportunity to relish in the gem’s extraordinary appointments. From the fully equipped chef’s kitchen to the family room with soaring ceilings every aspect of this home is bold in design.
The master suite is complete with a spa like bath separate vanities, large His & Hers closets. Guest bedrooms are spacious and luxe all with en-suite bathrooms. A luxurious wood paneled in-house elevator will take you upstairs to additional guest bedrooms, oversized game room & large workout room.
Extensive wrap around balconies afford stunning views atop. Indulge in the resort style outdoor paradise with expansive slate hard decking, full outdoor summer kitchen & premier Liquid Assets Custom infinity, vanishing edge pool. An avid wine enthusiast’s dream cellar awaits past the pool built from reclaimed Jerusalem stone with 600 square footage of temperature controlled storage holding over 3,000 bottles. Exuding extraordinary charm, the possibilities are endless with this rare opportunity to own one of San Antonio’s most exclusive estates.
Keep in mind there’s no better place to get into the social justice movement right now than New York where Gregg could coach, be a SJW, make all sorts of TV appearances and be right there for Adam Silver if he’s needed to use his wisdom. Add it all up and Popovich to the Nets is starting to sound more likely.
Mortgage: around $20,000/mo.