Dallas Cowboys COO lists Highland Park home for record price
Now is your chance to live in a home built for Dallas royalty, if you have millions lying around. Stephen Jones, COO of the Dallas Cowboys and son of Jerry Jones, and his wife, Karen, have put their Highland Park home on the market for a whopping $11.5 million.
The 10,543-square-foot Georgian-style home was built in 1996, but it has been continuously updated by the couple throughout the years. With its floor-to-ceiling windows, unique light fixtures, and beautiful parquet wood floors, 3900 Miramar Ave. is the ideal of contemporary meets classic. Allie Beth Allman herself has the listing.
All the features of the Highland Park home of your dreams are here: six beautiful bedrooms, four living spaces, and a pool. Oh, and a pub. The office comes equipped with not only floor-to-ceiling bookcases and luscious dark mahogany wood, but also a built-in bar.
A spacious walk-in closet — the kind that inspires major wardrobe envy — is attached the master bedroom, which is upstairs with four other bedrooms. Another living room on the second floor can also double as a playroom for the kids or serve as an upstairs den.
As for outside, the home is equipped with an outdoor fireplace right next to the pool, built-in grill, loggia, and pergola.
Listed at $11.5 million, the price-per-square-foot is $1,091, the highest for the neighborhood, according to Candy's Dirt.