The CEO of a leading biotech firm is selling his $1.4 million San Antonio mansion 

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The founder and CEO of a groundbreaking biotech company whose testing technology sheds light on anything from concussions to coronavirus is selling his home in one of San Antonio's most exclusive neighborhoods.

The $1.43 million house was completely renovated in 2020, the same year it was purchased by Julie and Richard Uhlig, who heads Quadrant Biosciences, a Syracuse, N.Y.-based company with a second office in San Antonio. It's unclear why the couple has placed the 5,600-square-foot property on the market.

The five-bedr00m, three-and-a-half-bath property is located in The Estates area of The Dominion, the ritzy development in far Northwest San Antonio.

French doors open to the patio and pool and windows continue in rows skyward in the high-ceilinged open floor plan to provide Hill Country views. The light continues in the Key West-style master bathroom and four upstairs bedrooms, some of which include skylights.

This home is listed by Mila Blanton with ERA Troy, Realtors.

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