Aikman Sells Part of His Highland Park Estate

According to the Morning News, Troy Aikman sold a portion of his Highland Park spread this week, which reminded me, “Hey, you should really start saving money so you can buy a house someday.”

The part he sold contains a sports court and a 1,045-square-foot cabana, which is, oh, about 2/3 of the size of the house I grew up in. For changing into your bathing suit.

He bought that section of the property in January 2009, tax records indicate, and DCAD valued it at $7.3 million. No word on what he sold it for.

The main house — on the market for $24 million — is still up for grabs.

2 thoughts on “Aikman Sells Part of His Highland Park Estate

  • May 11, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    Interesting. I was under the impression that in Highland Park once lots were combined they can’t be separated.

  • May 11, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    Ms. Real Estate-

    I don’t think the lots were ever combined, just next door. The appearance of one lot, I think.


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