Call it a delay of game by the quarterback, but now the play is on as former Dallas Cowboys star quarterback Troy Aikman has listed his home for sale for $24 million. According to The Dallas Morning News, Aikman’s mansion is the most expensive residence currently on the Dallas real estate market; the next priciest is listed for $16 million.

This past January, Aikman and his wife, Rhonda, announced their separation after 10 years of marriage. At the time of the announcement, Rhonda had already purchased some North Dallas real estate, but Troy was staying put in their Highland Park home for the time being. It was inevitable that Troy would not want to rattle around by himself in their big 10,520-sq ft home that is part of Highland Park real estate market, and it looks like the time has come.

The home sits on nearly 1.5 acres with a creek on the grounds and is located in a “recently finished residential compound rising from two lots in a block of only 5 home sites,” according to the listing description. Built in 2005, the Mediterranean-style home includes 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, and among the numerous amenities that Second Shelters generously lists, it also has a sports court, outdoor fireplace/pit, outdoor living center, multiple staircases, wet bar, exercise room, game room, library, and guest quarters.

No word on where Aikman will relocate, but it’s likely in the Dallas area to be near their children.

Listed by Allie Beth of Allie Beth Allman & Associates.


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