NFL’s Dunta Robinson Selling Huge TX Spread for $850K
Purchased after he was the 10th overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans, free agent NFL cornerback Dunta Robinson is ready to close the book on the Lone Star State.
He’s cut the price on his large Texas pad down to $849,900 in hopes of finally finding a buyer for a home that’s been on the market since April 2014. Initially listed for $1.285 million, the property has undergone a series of price reductions to reach its current six-digit list price.
As for the house itself, it’s a massive mansion on a half-acre lot. Property records show the home offers a whopping 6,842 square feet of living space spread over two levels.
You’ll find six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms within the residence, headlined by a massive master suite. The spacious kitchen gives a distinctly beige vibe with custom cabinets and countertops all done up in a light shade of brown.
For entertaining friends, there’s a large game room with dark ceilings that create a saloon-like feel. And you’ll also find a plush home theater that only needs some reclining seats to recreate the full movie-going experience.
And as for outdoor space, there are upper and lower balconies from which to sit and watch the world.
Robinson’s job was to not let get wide receivers get by him during his career in the NFL, and he was good enough to be named Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2004 by the Pro Football Writers of America. After playing six seasons in Houston, Robinson flew over to the Atlanta Falcons and manned a corner spot there for three years.
After one injury-filled campaign with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013, Robinson was cut and currently is a free agent.
Lisa Flores of RE/MAX Southwest has the listing.
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