The estate is being pitched with professional athletes in mind.
FLOWER MOUND, Texas — If you like to chip away at your golf game, strike out for a baseball game or bowl a few lines in your spare time, an estate that’s hitting the market for $10 million in Flower Mound might be a slam dunk for you.
The home is owned now by real estate developer Neal Hawks, a sports aficionado and the brother-in-law of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban (the two married sisters).
The seven bedroom, 6.5-bath main home sits on 16 acres of resort-style amenities including multiple homes, theater room, gym building with regulation indoor basketball court, game room, private stocked pond, an entertaining pavilion, outdoor kitchen area and two pools, one of which is Olympic size.
It also has a baseball field, sand volleyball court, a two-lane bowling alley, hot and cold plunge pools, tennis court,