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The interpreter George Strait, who is known as the ‘Rey del Country’, decided to put his iconic mansion up for sale in San Antonio, Texas.
The property is located in Dominion, considered the most exclusive and affluent neighborhood in the city.
The land where the house is located was bought by George and by Rule, his wife, in the mid-90s.
There they built their famous residence with the help of the renowned sculptor and architect Bill Tull, who over the course of two years was in charge of giving it his own touch.
The house has an area of 7,925 square feet and is located on a plot of 12.2 acres.
Despite how special it was for them, the greatest exponent of country music and his partner chose to part with their home, by announcing it for sale for $ 7.5 million.
The main house consists of three bedrooms, six bathrooms, chef-style kitchen, dining room, dining room, living room, main room and bar.
It also has an office, wine cellar, gym with sauna, terraces, 14 hand-sculpted fireplaces, garage for four vehicles among other rooms.
From the top of the house you have spectacular views of the city of San Antonio.
In the secondary house, which can be used for visitors, there is a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchenette and a living room.
Outside it has a swimming pool with its respective spa area, with an outdoor kitchen, with a barbecue area.
It also has extensive green areas, desert vegetation, and sports fields.
The house has enviable privacy and security, making it the ideal place for those who like to feel comfortable in their home without being afraid of being observed.
In addition to the amenities they have inside, the next residents will also be able to enjoy the attractions that the community enjoys, such as its golf course, swimming pools, tennis courts, restaurants, among other spaces.
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