If you had millions of dollars, would you buy the house that legendary Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry built for him and his family?
Sure you would.
Per the Dallas News, "quite a hefty chunk of Dallas sports history went on the market Monday when a listing popped up for the Dallas home that Landry had built for his family in the 1960s. The home was spotted across real estate sites at a price of $1,249,000."
It's a four-bedroom, three-bathroom ranch that takes up 4,015 square feet in the Hockaday neighborhood.
Judging by the number of windows, this is definitely a home for people who can't get enough natural light. According to the Dave Perry-Miller listing, the home also features an open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, three living areas, formal dining, a study and a backyard with a covered patio.