Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Former Dallas Cowboys player Gerald Sensabaugh’s Frisco home is for sale
If this home were any more hiply modern, I swear Ron Burgundy might be lolling in that master bed.
FRISCO Oakland native Gerald Sensabaugh got a five year contract extension from the Dallas Cowboys after years of versatile ball playing. In early 2013, he was released from the team to save cap space, retiring forever as a Dallas Cowboy. In May 2013, he retired from the NFL.
Well, it seems Sensabaugh is now retiring his custom-built dream home in Frisco. The home is highly unusual for an NFL player: Not only is it not a sprawling spread of gargantuan square-footage, much like Deion Sanders nearby Preston Road estate, the home is a single-story, with state-of-the-art technology, an elaborate water filtration system, electronic shades and a generator.
The custom home was built by Dallas home builder Steve Roberts in 2002 on a private .5+ acre greenbelt with wood floors, gourmet kitchen, luxurious master with his and her baths, soaring ceilings and walls of windows! Outside, gorgeous views, spacious outdoor living and a beautiful pool complete the package.
If this home were any more hiply modern, I swear Ron Burgundy might be lolling in that master bed. This Starwood area home can be purchased for just $1,750,000, and is listed with real estate dynamo Cindy O’Gorman.
5771 Chamberlyne Drive has five bedrooms, six full baths and one half bath. The interiors are sharply contemporary, and the master bedroom has a curved glass wall of windows with electric drapes. The exercise room is just what a former NFL player needs to stay fit, and with all 7,528 square feet on the same floor, this is the perfect mansion for the weak kneed. Best of all, parents love being in the Frisco ISD … oh yes!
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