The four-bedroom, three-bathroom ranchhome is located in the Hockaday neighborhood. It features walls of windows with views ofthe covered backyard patio with fire pit.
The main floor featurespickled hardwood flooring, and thefamily room has acathedral ceiling and fireplace.
The master suite comes with a sitting area and vaulted barrel ceiling. The master bath boasts his-and-her vanities and a jetted tub.
Landry played pro football for seven seasons in the early ’50s. He became the first head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 1960 and cut a memorable figure on their sidelines for 29 seasonsuntil 1988, winning two Super Bowls. His 20 straight winning seasons earned him a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1990.
Landry built this homein 1962, and lived there until 1978. Hedied in 2000; he was 75.
Thecurrent homeowner purchasedthe house in 2015 for $795,000 and made renovations throughout.
He’s not flipping, says listing agent Marjan Wolford with Dave Perry Miller Real Estate in Dallas. He was going to make it his forever home, but plans changed, so he’s selling.
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