Jason Witten Selling Texas Mansion For $4.6M And His Neighborhood Has More Celebs Than A Pro-Am Tournament

Jason Witten Home For Sale

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Former Dallas Cowboys tight end and Monday Night Football commentator Jason Witten is now a Las Vegas resident after signing with the Raiders in March.

To complete the move, Witten is listing his Westlake, Texas, mansion for $4.685 Million.

The 1.2-acre, cul-de-sac home is in a gated community and sits about a half-hour north of the Cowboys’ stadium.

According to the listing at Engel & Völkers Dallas Fort Worth, the property has an 8,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style main house and an 828-square-foot guest house.

There’s a total of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms and the “two-story grand salon separates the master wing from all the other major living spaces of game and media centers, guest and kitchen down, and only bed suites up.”

Outside boasts a covered patio with a dining area, a sick pool with a spa, slide, and waterfall.

According to Mansion Global, residents in this gated Texas community have access to the amenities at the 28,000-square-foot Vaquero Club and Tom Fazio golf course for a reasonable membership fee starting at $60,000 per year.

If you’re thinking of dropping down close to $5 million for the home, check out some of your famous neighbors that Witten is leaving behind.

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The future Hall of Famer was drafted by the Cowboys in 2003 and played for the team for 14 seasons.

He retired from the NFL in 2018, and after a disasterous year in the broadcast booth, Witten returned to Dallas during the 2019-20 season.

If Witten’s home didn’t make you hate your home enough, check out Rob Gronkowski’s new Florida condo, Patrick Mahomes’ $1.9M pad in Kansas City or Pete Davidson’s $4.5 million dollar place he bought with his mom.

[via Mansion Global]