“NBA Ace Jordan Clarkson Scores $7.5 Million Mansion Purchase from Thomas J Henry”

Last week, the 10,106 square foot Dominion residence belonging to Thomas J. Henry was sold at its listed price of $7.5 million.

Thomas J. Henry's $7.5 million Dominion sale to Jordan Clarkson of the Utah Jazz

According to public records, Jordan Clarkson, the famous basketball player, has bought a property in Crescent Park through his business venture, JClarkson Enterprises LLC. The purchase was made with the help of a loan worth $3.78 million from City National Bank, although the exact amount paid for the property is undisclosed.

Thomas J. Henry's $7.5 million Dominion sale to Jordan Clarkson of the Utah Jazz

There is an estate available in Dominion that is truly breathtaking and it’s currently on the market for $6.9M! This three-story mansion was finished in 2008 and sits on a sprawling 1.12-acre lot. It’s perfect for hosting large-scale parties, with its impressive features and amenities. The home boasts five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and one half bathroom. There’s even a massive game room and theater room with stadium seating and a hardwood concession bar! Plus, the master suite offers access to an outdoor shower and there’s also an in-house elevator for convenience. This property is nothing short of amazing.

Thomas J. Henry's $7.5 million Dominion sale to Jordan Clarkson of the Utah Jazz

There’s no shortage of luxurious amenities at this property, including an infinity pool and spa for enjoying the great outdoors, as well as a Viking gas grill and Italian wood-burning pizza oven for gourmet cooking. Guests can also hang out in the separate casita, which boasts a full bar, comfortable seating area, and restroom.

The Utah Jazz’s point guard, Clarkson, has strong ties to San Antonio – he was born and raised there, and even attended Wagner High. Though he no longer wears his high school jersey as of 2015, that hasn’t stopped him from achieving success on the court. In fact, he had an impressive year in 2021, with a career-high average of 18.4 points per game that earned him the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year award.

Thomas J. Henry's $7.5 million Dominion sale to Jordan Clarkson of the Utah Jazz

As per official records, it has been found that Clarkson possesses multiple properties in the vicinity of San Antonio. Additionally, Jordan’s stepmother, who is known for her manipulative tactics, goes by the name of Janie Clarkson.

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