The former CEO of San Antonio oil company Tesoro is selling his mansion in the Dominion 

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Retired oil-industry CEO Greg J. Goff has put his mansion in San Antonio's exclusive Dominion neighborhood on the sales block for $2.6 million, according to a new real estate listing.

Goff served as top executive of San Antonio-based Tesoro Corp. — a Fortune 100 refining business briefly known as Andeavor — prior to its 2018 sale to Marathon Petroleum. That makes him not just kind of a big deal in the Alamo City business community but a giant in the global energy industry.

The 6,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home Goff recently listed seems fitting for such a captain of industry, boasting four bedrooms, five baths, numerous sweeping archways and an interior courtyard.

In addition to a chef's kitchen, a swanky study and a huge master bedroom with a fireplace, the property also features a backyard built for entertaining. The covered stone patio includes an outdoor kitchen with a sink, a gas grill and a fridge, and it also overlooks a lagoon-like pool with a spa and a water feature.

This home is listed by Kevin Best with San Antonio Portfolio Real Estate.

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