Just a month after losing his gig as the offensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys, Scott Linehan is selling his Highland Park, TX, home for $2.3 million.
Located in an upscale suburb just a few miles north of downtown Dallas, the home was built in 2007 and completely remodeled in 2016. The property’s lovely landscaped front yard, complete with flowers, mature trees, and manicured lawns, gives the home a friendly, welcoming feel. Inside, you’ll find four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms in 4,700 square feet of living space.
The interiors are elegant, understated, and sophisticated, which lets beautiful finishes like the Caesarstone quartz countertops and hardwood floors truly shine.
Other luxe amenities offered include two offices, custom closets, wine storage, workout room, and outdoor living area. There’s even a newly remodeled guest quarters with its own full bathroom over the garage. An Airbnb opportunity?
The Cowboys announced in mid-January that they were parting ways with Linehan after four seasons as the play caller.
“I’ll miss my fellow coaches and my players a great deal,” Linehan said in a statement. “But life is about change and growth, and I very much look forward to my next challenge.”
There’s no word yet on where he’ll wind up next. And while it must be bittersweet to end his time in Texas and part with this beautiful home, relocation is nothing new for Linehan and his wife, Kristen. Linehan began coaching in the NFL in 2002 after rising through the college coaching ranks and has since coached for the Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, and Detroit Lions. He had a 2.5-season stint as the head coach of the St. Louis Rams and finished with a record of 11-25.
What the Linehans leave behind in Dallas is this lovely home, ready and waiting for a new chapter of its own.