Cowboys fan’s dream home: Buy Tony Romo’s house for $1.05 million


The Dallas Cowboys have moved their headquarters from Valley Ranch to Frisco, and their quarterback is on the move, too.

Tony Romo recently put his Las Colinas house on the market for $1.05 million.

Built in 1993, the two-story home is 5,551 square feet with six bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms.

Romo’s wife, Candice, put in a lot of work maintaining and upgrading the mansion.

“Candice Romo did an amazing job updating this contemporary home,” listing agent Nicole Andrews at Nicole Andrews Group said. “Her remodel included installing wood floors throughout the downstairs living areas, revamping the kitchen with double ovens and high-end stainless steel appliances, and adding to the formal dining room a butler’s pantry and a wet bar with a wine fridge.”

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