A little different from his Highland Park real estate, here is where Troy hangs in Coppell. Close to Cowboys Stadium and D/FW. Built in 1994, this 4134 story home has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, an attached garage and sets him back $17, 923.28 in taxes.

Pretty cozy, actually.

Update: While Troy’s house was initially listed for $27.5 million, on Monday May 23rd the price was changed in MLS to $24 million, as we have explained in subsequent stories.

We all wondered when it would happen, and today’s the day. Allie Beth Allman just inked the listing for Troy Aikman’s 10,520 square feet on Highland on 1.20 acres with a knock-out pool and cabana of at least 1300 square feet. Five bedrooms, 6 and a half baths, multiple living araes. I told you the home had been shown as a hip pocket back in February. Well, today it’s in MLS and boasts goodies such as:

Attached Grill
Covered Porch(es)
Guest Quarters
Lighting System
Outdoor Fireplace/Pit
Outdoor Living Center
Patio Covered
Separate Entry Quarters
Sport Court

Sprinkler System

Cable TV Available
Electric Shades
Flat Screen Wiring
High Speed Internet Available
Multiple Staircases
Wet Bar
Window Coverings

Custom Closet System
Dual Master Baths
Fireplace in Master
Jetted Tub
Separate Shower
Separate Vanities
Sitting Area in Master
Split Bedrooms
Walk-in Closets

Exercise Room

Very wise time to list considering all the recent high-end sales in Highland Park. (Maybe Troy will buy the McGuire’s digs on Lakeside!) I am sure top agents in this town are polishing up their creme de la creme listings and sharpening pencils on numbers to show Troy. Say what you want to say about divorce, and we only wish the Aikman’s (and the Fearings, and the Gores, and Maria Shriver) the very best.

But divorce sure does make the real estate wheels go round and round.