Dallas Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones is selling his Dallas-area mansion for a cool $8,899,000. The 10,534 square foot mansion is located conveniently in Highland Park. If you’re not familiar with the Dallas area, Highland Park is the most affluent neighborhood. Highland Park is also where Southern Methodist University is situated.
The Dallas Cowboys CEO currently has the house listed on Zillow where the home is actually shown to be worth $9,116,075. This means that Stephen Jones would be taking a nearly $600,000 pay cut on the value of his home. The CEO of the Dallas Cowboys ranks amongst the highest paid executives in sports, so he can take the hit.
This Highland Park mansion was built in 1996 and features 6 bedrooms and 8 full bathrooms. There is a luxurious pool in the backyard with an adjoining hot tub. The home has a stunning library full of leather bound books that would make Ron Burgundy proud. Other amenities include an in-home gym, pergola, loggia, and marble floors. There is a mini wine cellar. And the bedroom closets are larger than the average Manhattan apartment.
Lacking from this home is a full cinema room, but that can easily be arranged. Anyone who has $9 million to spend on a home can afford to renovate and add a movie theater. The man cave room could use some more TVs. I guess watching NFL Sundays on TV isn’t much of a concern when you’re the Dallas Cowboys CEO and son of owner Jerry Jones.
In addition to being CEO of the Cowboys, Stephen Jones is also the EVP and Director of Player Personnel. This likely means that he’s ready to make a housing upgrade. Dallas is one of the greatest places in America to be wealthy. The city is home to some of the best steakhouses in America. There is a nice bar on every corner. The malls in the greater Dallas area are second to none. And Dallas-Fort Worth is home to the best golf courses in Middle America.
For more photographs and specs of Dallas Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones’ home, you can visit the listing on Zillow.com.