29 May Dallas Cowboys Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan Selling His Texas Home for $2.47M
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Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan’s Dallas-area home is now on the market, asking a not-bad-for-Dallas $2.47 million. Located in swanky Highland Park, the five-bedroom home is a Texas-sized 4,724 square feet.
Linehan is in his 29th year of coaching. He started his career as a high school football coach in the late 1980s, and rocketed all the way to the NFL. He landed with the Cowboys as a passing game coordinator in 2014 and was promoted to O.C. in 2015, a role he’s held ever since.
Before the Big D, he was head coach of the St. Louis Rams for a little over two seasons, a stint that didn’t end well back in 2008. There are no rumors that Linehan is in the mix for another ride on the head-coaching carousel, so he might just be looking for a change of scenery.
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The two-story house, which has almost certainly hosted his brother-in-law, the actor Jim Caviezel, features a gym, office, pool, hot tub, outdoor kitchen, outdoor fireplace and socializing spot, sport court, and separate guesthouse with a bedroom and bathroom. The main house has an updated kitchen with Caesarstone countertops, dual islands, commercial appliances, wine storage, drink drawers, and warming drawers.
Beautiful bay windows in the living room reveal views of leafy trees, and the formal dining room, informal dining space, and family room ensure there’s plenty of hangout space on the first floor. Three fireplaces keep the home cozy on chilly Dallas winter nights.
The spacious master bedroom has a sitting area, dual custom closets, gorgeous herringbone tile, a jetted tub, walk-in shower, and all the luxe upgrades you’d expect from a high-end Dallas home. Built in 2007, the home has been recently renovated and is filled with upgraded touches throughout.
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The neighborhood, "justifiably known as a wealthy enclave that’s becoming seemingly wealthier all the time," according to Dallas Magazine, has small-town charm, tree-lined streets, and fantastic elite public schools. Heck, even if you don’t care about football, this looks like a great house.
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