Landmark Preston Hollow estate is purchased by Dallas Mavericks legend
- Luka Doncic did his 7th triple-double of the season
- Cowboys players serve Thanksgiving meals at Dallas and Fort Worth Salvation Army centers
- Prescott and Elliott are playing their best — Your Cowboys Catch-Up
- 16-year-old Allen High football player fatally shot at House Party
Dallas Mavericks star – Dirk Nowitzki is still expanding property in his retirement.
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks star, just bought a landmark North Dallas estate which will provide him room to practice his free-throw and lounge around the pool.
The NBA legend purchased the Preston Hollow estate which was previously owned by Charles Wyly, the late Dallas billionaire.
The 11,394-square-foot palace located at 5906 Deloache Avenue was launched to the market last year, with its price tag of $8.25 million.
The large house was built in 1939 with four bedrooms, five living areas, a commercial sized kitchen, an elevator, nine bathrooms and an indoor lap pool.
In the backyard, there is a pool house, a swimming pool, guest quarters, tennis court and a 5-car sized garage. The palace is located on more than 2.5 acres off Preston Road.
Federal courts appointed Allie Beth Allman, Dallas real estate legend to sell the property in order to follow judgments against the Wyly estate.
Records indicate that the grand palace was sold to Nowitzki for $5.75 million. He is currently the owner of a smaller place on Strait Lane.
Nowitzki have just retired this year after a storied NBA career, having 21 seasons playing for the Mavs.