Dallas Cowboys

Tony Romo ditching Irving too, puts home on market for $1.05 million

The front of Tony Romo’s house in Irving.
The front of Tony Romo’s house in Irving. Photo

Not only did the Dallas Cowboys leave their longtime home in Irving for new digs up north but so did Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo.

Romo bought a new house in the Bent Tree County Club in North Dallas and has placed his home in Irving on the market.

The 5,551-square foot, Mediterranean-style house in the gated Cottonwood Valley community is being listed at $1.05 million.

Built in 1993, the house sits on a third of an acre. It has six bedrooms and four bathrooms.

There is a pool, spa and entertaining space in the back yard.

“Candice Romo did an amazing job updating this contemporary home,” said listing agent Nicole Andrews to the realtor news site run by Anita Galang-Mason. 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.

The move to North Dallas puts Romo closer to the Cowboys’ new headquarters the Ford Center at the Star in Frisco.

It will also give Romo more space for his family, wife Candice and sons Hawkins (age 4) and Rivers (2).

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