Earlier this year, the Dallas Cowboys made the move from Irving, Texas, to their new $1.5 billion home in Frisco. Now, Cowboy’s longtime quarterback Tony Romo is moving as well.
Romo has purchased a new home in the Bent Tree Country Club in North Dallas and is selling his Irving estate.
Romo’s home is a Mediterranean-style house with major curb appeal. It’s currently listed for $1.05 million. While that’s a pretty steep price, it’s more conservative than most athlete’s homes.
The home is 5,551 square feet and sits in the gated community of Cottonwood Valley, surrounded by perfectly trimmed bushes and shrubbery for privacy. It was built in 1993 and has everything you could possibly need.
The living areas are open and bright, with vaulted ceilings and an abundance of windows. The contemporary home decor is inviting and homey.
It looks like it was a wonderful place for Romo and his wife Candice to raise their two sons, 4-year-old Hawkins and 2-year-old Rivers. The boys’ rooms have an elegant and minimalist feel like the rest of the home.
The master suite is spacious and flooded by light. The simple decor and white and cream pallet keep the rooms looking classic.
The best part of the home is definitely the backyard. The yard was made for entertaining with plenty of space to lounge around, a large pool and an in-ground hot tub.