Drafting a new owner
Ex-Cowboy fields offers for his Oak Lawn home listed at $2.25 million
Former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman hopes to pass along his Oak Lawn home to a new owner for $2.25 million.
The contemporary house, situated on a corner lot at 2817 Park Bridge Ct., is one of just 14 homes in a gated community surrounded by Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail. The 3,633-square-foot home, built by Glendale Homes, features three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
T.J. Frank of Rogers Healy and Associates has the listing, which was first reported by Realtor.com.
“One of the most unique features of the property is the over 400-square-foot outdoor living deck that overlooks Turtle Creek. You could drive past this neighborhood 100 times and easily miss it,” Frank says. “It is truly a unique opportunity to own something you don’t find in the middle of the city.”
According to the listing online, an open house will take place from 1-3 pm August 31.
Probably the most impressive aspect of the two-story house is the decked-out kitchen, complete with a six-burner Wolfe gas range, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, double ovens, and dual dishwashers.
Once you’re done cooking a feast in the kitchen, you can retire to the master bedroom, highlighted by a separate living area, dual bathroom vanities, a jet tub, and a steam-equipped shower.
Other amenities include:
- Massive windows allowing spectacular views of trees
- Two fireplaces
- Limestone entryway
- Wide-plank ebony hardwoods
- Carrera marble and travertine floors
- Vaulted ceilings
- Security cameras
- Surround-sound system
Drafted by Dallas in 2003, Newman spent the first nine seasons of his NFL career with the Cowboys after playing college ball at Kansas State University.
He went on to play three seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and another three seasons with the Vikings before announcing his retirement in 2018.
The two-time Pro Bowler then joined the Vikings’ coaching staff; however, just a year later, he’s no longer listed on the Vikings’ website as a coach.