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Charles Barkley's Former Texas Home Is Up For Sale, Let's Take a Tour 

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Remember when San Antonio hater Charles Barkley lived in Texas? In case you forgot, the former NBA player turned analyst lived in Texas while playing for the Houston Rockets. And guess what? His former Sugar Land home is for sale! Barkley purchased this beautiful home in 1996 but sold the property in 2002 to the current owners. After nearly 17 years, they're ready to move on, so let's take a tour!

Photos and listing information courtesy of realtor Joanna Garcia of ResideTX Properties
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These beautiful trees offer a little bit of seclusion in this already-gated neighborhood.
Once you get past the trees, it's easy to see that this is one grand home.
We're guessing Chuck didn't leave these rugs behind.
One step inside this home, currently priced at $700,000, and you'll see much of the downstairs already.
The dining room offers plenty of natural light.
Now that's what we call a staircase.
There's three full and one half bathroom.
Oh, and there's also an office where we're sure Chuck totally read a few books about San Antonio (but he should have).
Imagine Chuck eating churros in this kitchen.
There's also four bedrooms – we're guessing this one was Barkley's.
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And here's the master bathroom to match.
Man, this family really loves rugs.
This upstairs bedroom even has its own balcony.
That striped wallpaper though...
Believe it or not, Chuck actually left some of his memorabilia behind!
Here's that balcony we were talking about.
This garden has us speechless.
Y'all already know Chuck had BBQs out here.
Kicking back on this patio must be super fun.
This backyard is just gorgeous.
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These beautiful trees offer a little bit of seclusion in this already-gated neighborhood.

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