Former San Antonio Spur point guard and former Dallas Mavericks coach Avery “The Little General” Johnson lost his most recent job a few months ago at the helm of the former New Jersey and now Brooklyn Nets — and now his home, built in 2005 in The Woodlands, is for sale. What can a long career in the NBA buy you? Well, this 7-bedroom, 14,396-sq.-ft. Mediterranean mansion is listed at $8,995,000.
The 2-story house comes with 7 bedrooms and 9 baths. Of course there’s a gate and a pool on the 73,675-sq.-ft. lot. And one of the themes throughout the home seems to be beige, chosen, perhaps, to soothe the psyche of one involved in such a high-stress, high-stakes profession.
It opens to a smaller dining nook that opens again to a more colorful sitting room:
Also downstairs: A study for post-game cocktails and arm-chair analysis:
The bedrooms are all upstairs. The master is
33 sq. ft. by 15 sq ft. 33 ft. by 15 ft.
And it has a bath that the Mediterraneans of antiquity might have enjoyed philosophizing in:
The other bedrooms:
This one seems set aside for Coach Johnson’s players during team-building slumber parties . . .
. . . though the bed seems a tad short.
And there are a few places to play upstairs, too:
Outside, the patio has plenty of seating and its own kitchen:
- 23 Grand Colonial Dr. [HAR]