The Dallas Cowboys have been out of Irving for a while and now quarterback Tony Romo is leaving too!
Romo bought a new house in the Bent Tree County Club in North Dallas and put his long-time home in Irving on the market.
The 5,551-square foot, Mediterranean-style house in Cottonwood Valley community is being listed at $1.05 million.
The house sits on a third of an acre, has six bedrooms, four bathrooms, pool, spa and was built in 1993.
“Candice Romo did an amazing job updating this contemporary home,” said agent Nicole Andrews to the realtor news site run by Anita Galang-Mason. Mrs. Tony Romo remodeled the house after getting married to the QB including installing wood floors throughout the downstairs, adding to the kitchen double ovens and high-end stainless steel appliances, and a butler’s pantry and a wet bar with a wine fridge in the dining room.
The move puts Romo closer to the Cowboys’ new headquarters the Ford Center at the Star in Frisco.
Check out pics of his house on the market HERE.
I wonder who his lucky new neighbors will be?