A Georgia native, Robinson starred in the defensive backfield for a number of teams over his decade in the NFL.
Built in 2007, the massive eight-bedroom, 10-plus bathroom, 21,000-square-foot mansion is loaded with luxe upgrades, including custom woodwork, a spacious chef’s kitchen, as well as indoor and outdoor spaces for entertaining.
Out back, there’s a glass bead pool with a spa and waterfalls. There’s also a separate living quarters with private entrance, which could be used for staff or guests.
The interiors are formal, from the two-story grand foyer to the dining room, which features detailed moldings and a crystal chandelier. The home also comes with a home theater, outdoor kitchen, and a main bedroom suite fit for royalty.
The cornerback purchased the mansion, which comes with 9 lush acres, in 2014 for $2.8 million. The acreage could easily be converted into a small farm, according to the listing. It sits about 30 miles north of downtown Atlanta and Mercedes-Benz Stadium—where the Falcons nest.
Robinson was picked in the first round of the 2004 NFL draft by the Houston Texans and and starred for six seasons with the team. He joined the Atlanta Falcons in 2010 and closed out his career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013. Over his 10-year career, Robinson earned nearly $50 million in the NFL.
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