Tackling a fresh approach, NFL defensive guru Wade Phillips has pivoted to the possibility of offering his Dallas mansion for lease. The Hill Country home is now available for $15,000 a month.
The longtime football coach—currently the defensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams—has tried to draw up a number of plays to sell the property, but has been sacked when it comes to finding a buyer.
The home is also available for sale, at the reduced price of $2.75 million.
The 8,742-square-foot home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half-baths.
Along with a living room with a vaulted ceiling, there’s a formal dining room, a kitchen that opens to a family room, and a home theater. Details include beam ceilings in the kitchen and den, five wood-burning fireplaces, and a master suite with a luxe bath.
The den features French doors that open to the landscaped yard with pool. There’s also a covered patio with a fireplace and TV, along with a separate guesthouse.
Phillips purchased the place in 2007, shortly after joining the Dallas Cowboys as head coach. In 2011, he joined the Houston Texans as defensive coordinator, and then as interim head coach.
The Denver Broncos hired him in 2015 as defensive coordinator, the same position he now holds with the Rams. He’s served as head coach for the NFL’s Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, and Dallas Cowboys.
Allie Beth Allman with Allie Beth Allman & Associates holds the listing.
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