Former Dallas Cowboy Jason Witten Getting Rid Of Texas Mansion For $4.6 Million
Jason Witten’s longtime NFL home with Dallas Cowboys is no longer his home because he recently jumped Las Vegas Raiders. And now, the veteran player is getting rid of his current literal home just outside of Dallas – a pretty mansion in Mediterranean style, with an asking price of $ 4.6 million.
The mansion, which sits on 1.2 acres of land in Westlake, Texas, is an impressive piece of property, located in a gated community called “Vaquero”. According to the official list of the house, Vaquero is “the house of notables in search of a lifestyle of concierge and the freedom to socialize in private behind guarded walls”, and TMZ underlines that one of these notables is the conservative radio personality Glenn Beck, who is said to own his own property nearby, and the neighborhood is full of current and former professional athletes.
The list goes on:
“The corner culdesac of 1.2 acres, is adorned with the main area of 8k feet of living space and a separate guest house of 828 feet surrounded by mature landscaping, flora and several outdoor living areas. The large two-story living room separates the main wing from all other large living areas of the game and media centers, the guests and the kitchen downstairs, and only the bedroom suites in place. World-renowned private club that includes the Fazio course and the incredible club facilities are complemented by automatic entry into the Westlake Academy IBS program. Impeccably perfect. “
It doesn’t mention the pool, with as you will see in the video of the property, looks more like a complex than someone’s private residence, and everything is located about 30 minutes outside of Dallas, which probably makes it an ideal location for everyone looking for a big city retreat while not being too far from its recreational (or professional) offerings.
You can take a look at the future Texan house in Witten in the video below, courtesy of Epic Foto Group: