*Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders is selling his onetime Prosper, Texas, mansion — dubbed “Chateau Montclair.”
The sprawling estate, which is roughly 45 minutes north of Dallas, is back on the market, this time with an entire community built around it, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Sanders sold the 112-acre, 29,000-square-foot mansion in 2014, and was later sued by a real estate agent, claiming the NFL star withheld $1 million from the reported $15 million sale.
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Via Houston Chronicle:
Public records indicate it sold again in 2016. That same year, developers divided into several lots and broke ground on what is now an upscale residential enclave known as Montclair, all built on the dwelling’s original parcel. The residence’s land has been reduced to six acres.
It was originally listed at $21 million and reportedly sold at auction for just $4 million in 2014 that deal fell through. It was then listed, removed and re-listed before going back on the market for $12.75 million. It saw a spate of price reductions during its for-sale time.
In late January — it saw a $1.8 million price cut. Its current list price: a mere $5.75 million.
Built in 1999, the estate boasts 10-bedroom, 10-bath, an entertainment wing with a bowling alley, basketball court, theater, barbershop and billiard room. There’s also an indoor football field, an eight-acre lake with a fountain and private dock, and a 14-car motor court which can accommodate a boat, the report states.
Sanders, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and NFL Network analyst, recently dished about plans on becoming a college football head coach, which he expects to do sometime this year.
He reportedly was a candidate to become the Florida State Seminoles’ head coach in November. Sanders starred in football, baseball and track at FSU.