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Troy Aikman puts one of his Highland Park mansions on the market

Troy Aikman puts one of his Highland Park mansions on the market

3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Troy Aikman's Normandy residence is on the market for $5.3 million. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Foyer at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The foyer. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Living area at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
One of seven living areas. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Kitchen at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The kitchen received a few updates since Aikman bought it. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Game room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The game room. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Patio at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
A patio for entertaining. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Kitchenette at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
A kitchenette to serve the media room. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Living area at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Another living area. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Study at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The masculine study. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Master bedroom at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The spacious master. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Master bath at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Marble everywhere in the master bath. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Master closet at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The master closet is as big as an apartment. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Master closet at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Another view of the master closet. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Morning room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The morning room. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Office at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The office. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Wine room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
The wine room. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Theater at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
An in-home theater complete with concession stand. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Bathroom at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Not the master bath, but it's nicer than most master baths. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Little girls room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
One of five bedrooms. Photo via Candy's Dirt
Pool at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Backyard with pool. Photo via Candy's Dirt
3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Foyer at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Living area at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Kitchen at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Game room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Patio at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Kitchenette at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Living area at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Study at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Master bedroom at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Master bath at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Master closet at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Master closet at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Morning room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Office at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Wine room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Theater at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Bathroom at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Little girls room at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas
Pool at 3801 Normandy Ave. in Dallas

UPDATE: The asking price has gone up to $5.95 million.

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Was it really a year and a half ago that we told you about Troy Aikman’s Highland Park real estate moves from Highland to Normandy to St. Johns? Almost: It started in July 2013, when he bought the Tatum-Brown Custom Home at 3801 Normandy Ave. after selling his Highland Drive home and two lots. In October of last year, the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback picked up the storied property at 4300 St. Johns Dr.

Well, Aikman’s Normandy home is now on the market for $5.3 million, listed with Allie Beth Allman (who has another prize listing with the historic Trammell Crow estate). The three-story home has 10,662 square feet with five bedrooms, five full and four half baths, and an elevator. It sits on .33 acres.

There are also several living areas, wine room, game room, media room, study, morning room with fireplace, and covered outdoor living area with kitchen that looks out onto the pool and spa. The master suite has a private sitting area and massive his-and-hers walk-in closets.

Look a little different from when he bought it? The home originally had been priced at a high of $6,850,000, and it was listed with Joan Eleazer at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s. The price was lowered to $4.6 million, and Aikman paid $4,250,000. As for remodeling, they enlarged the closets and resurfaced just about everything.

I’m telling you: Troy Aikman handles real estate as deftly as he does pigskin! Time to find out what’s cooking over on St John’s.

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A version of this story originally was published on Candy’s Dirt.