Attention, Dallas Cowboys Fans: Home Built for Coach Tom Landry is For Sale


The four-bedroom home at 4510 Hallmark Drive has a special place in Dallas history. Custom built in 1962 for longtime Cowboys head coach Tom Landry and his wife, Alicia, the property has changed hands only once. You could be the third owner, because Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Kathy Myers and Lacy Schultz are offering this rare opportunity at $795,000.

Such stability in ownership is appropriate given the home’s connection to Landry, who was the Cowboys’ only head coach for their first 29 seasons. In the subsequent 26 seasons, the team has been led by no fewer than seven coaches.


Built to the Landrys’ specifications, the 4,000-square-foot home was where they raised their children as Tom turned the Cowboys into America’s Team. The Landrys’ ownership of 4510 Hallmark overlapped with the franchise’s first three Super Bowl appearances, including the team’s victory over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI.

The beautifully designed transitional home has an open floor plan that creates space for entertaining and everyday living. The expansive family room and formal living room both feature tile floors and vaulted ceilings. An abundance of large windows overlook the lush backyard and the rear patio with a skylight.







Remodeled by The Ed Jarrett Company, the kitchen has stainless-steel appliances, granite counters on the island and the perimeter, hardwood floors, and custom cabinetry.




The master suite features a sitting area where you can enjoy ample natural light. The master bath has a barrel vault ceiling, a separate shower and tub, double vanities, and three closets.




The property is conveniently located just blocks from the Hockaday School and the Town North YMCA. Its new owners will enjoy easy access to both LBJ Freeway and the Dallas North Tollway.

To schedule a showing of this historic home, contact Lacy Schultz at 214-455-0476 or

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