A San Antonio entrepreneur is selling his Dominion estate — and an adjacent to-be-built mansion — for a total of $12.2 million.

Roland Cisneros, owner of The Original Ice Factory in Leon Valley, placed the existing 12,000 square-foot home at 2 Admirals Way on the market for $5,695,000. He's also selling the property next door at 81 High Crescent for $6,500,000.

Sasha Jam of JP & Associates has both listings.

The Admirals Way abode is located across the street from Spurs great David Robinson's old home — hence, the street name. Built in 2000, the gated hilltop house has seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and two half bathrooms.

The interior features a grand circular staircase and a movie theater room, while out back there's a heated pool, outdoor kitchen and gazebo.

"It's a castle," Jam said of the estate.

The two-acre High Crescent lot next door currently stands empty. If a buyer wants the land alone, the asking price is $1 million. Cisneros has designs available for a 10,000 square-foot home that can be built for the buyer for $6,500,000.

Renderings for the proposed stone-and-stucco mansion show a grand hall with 20-foot ceilings, crystal chandeliers, and marble columns. The home, as currently drawn, would have six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half bathrooms.

Roland and Linda Cisneros retired from a career spent servicing equipment in oil and gas fields before opened the Italian ice shop in Leon Valley in 2018. Cisneros is downsizing from Admirals Way now that the children are off to college, Jam said.

Check out both Dominion properties below.

2 Admirals Way



81 High Crescent



A rendering of the proposed $6,500,000 mansion at 81 High Crescent.

A rendering of the proposed $6,500,000 mansion at 81 High Crescent.