Quar­ter­back hands off his digs

Los Angeles Times - - HOT PROPERTY -

NFL Hall of Fame quar­ter­back Troy Aik­man has sold his Dal­las-area home for $5.4 mil­lion.

Built in 2007 and re­cently ren­o­vated, the French Norm and y-style home orig­i­nally came on the mar­ket in mid-Novem­ber for $5.3 mil­lion and­was more re­cently priced at $5.95 mil­lion. Aik­man bought the house in 2013 for $4.25 mil­lion.

Sited on a third of an acre in the High­land Park area, the three-story res­i­dence is high­lighted by a por­tico en­try, an up­dated kitchen, an of­fice/study, a home the­ater with a con­ces­sion stand and a wine cel­lar. Beamed ceil­ings, French doors and hard­wood floor­ing are among the in­te­rior fea­tures.

The mas­ter suite fea­tures a sit­ting area, cus­tom his-and-hers clos­ets and free-stand­ing soak­ing tub for four bed­rooms and six bed­rooms in more than 10,700 square feet. There are four fire­places.

Out­doors, a large cov­ered pa­tio con­tains a kitchen and a fire­place. Else­where on the grounds is a pool with a spa and wa­ter­fall fea­ture.

Aik­man, an All-Amer­i­can at UCLA, spent his en­tire ca­reer with the Dal­las Cow­boys, mak­ing six Pro Bowl teams and win­ning three Su­per Bowl cham­pi­onships in12 sea­sons. He cur­rently works as a tele­vi­sion an­a­lyst on “NFL on Fox.”

Allie Beth All­man of Allie Beth All­man& As­so­ciates, an af­fil­i­ate of Christie’s In­ter­na­tional Real Es­tate, was the list­ing agent. Malcolm Ross of Dave Perry Miller Real Es­tate rep­re­sented the buyer.

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