Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current Fox broadcaster Troy Aikman is selling one of his homes in the Dallas area.
After selling his long-time home in the chic Dallas enclave of Highland Park, Aikman purchased two homes last year, one for $4.6 million and another for $4.3 million.
According to new report from the Los Angeles Times, Aikman is looking to sell the more expensive of the two homes and he’s looking to make a profit as well. After paying $4.6 million for the home last year, Aikman is listing the home for 5.3 million.
So what would one get for $5.3 million? From the Los Angeles Times report:
The French Normandy-style residence, built in 2007 by Tatum-Brown Custom Homes, sits back from the street on about a third of an acre. Accessed through a portico, the updated floor plan includes an updated chef’s kitchen, a formal living room, a dining room, an office/study, four bedrooms, four fireplaces and six bathrooms in about 10,700 square feet.
The home also features a game room, a home theater and a wine cellar.