The sprawling 35,000-square-foot estate at 5101 Kensington Court in Flower Mound, which is listed by Rogers Healy for $9,900,000 is truly a Player’s Paradise. Driving up to the heavily-treed estate, you’ll find two private ornate iron gates to the property, one that leads to the main home with a rock pond water feature and one to the basketball court and sports entertainment complex.

Yes, this Flower Mound manse has a sports entertainment complex. But first, the amazing house.

This French provincial style estate has ornate touches throughout the seven-bedroom home, like the decorative tile inlay as you walk in, the quadruple tray ceiling in the master bedroom and the custom painted mural on the living room ceiling.


Seems that on 11/5/2010, Rhonda Aikman, wife of our very own Troy Aikman, bought a nice Mediterranean home on Mimosa Lane in Dallas for about $1.6. The home has five bedrooms, five and a half baths (corrected, thanks!),¬† graceful arches and textures of stone and stucco. There’s a California courtyard, Cantura wrought iron doors, stone floored entry with a swooping stairway. This is a new home, built in 2005, with 5207 square feet and in fact, I’ve been in this home. It is luscious.¬† Open living-kitchen area with high ceilings overlooks pool area. Paneled study with see through fireplace. Master suite down. Hand scraped floors, media room, exercise room, steam room, game room.

OK, I have a theory: she is going to lease it out for the Super Bowl. Or maybe its a second home. Hey, I’m the first to admit marriage is complicated. Maybe Rhonda just wants a place to get away from it all down there on Highland Drive? Oh, also no mention made of this purchase in a recent (and really great) article on her hubby in D Magazine, which notes that the Aikmans have been married for ten years.