An Inside Look at Jerry Jones’ Dream Home

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has sold his Dallas home and is moving into a new $150 million dollar “dream home.”

Jones has known what his dream home would be ever since he was a little boy growing up in the 1940s.

The multi-billionaire is most known for “owning” a football team but now he owns his dream home.

“I’ve always been struck by the beauty of the architecture of the southern United States in the 1800s,” Jones said. “The huge trees, the massive columns and the acres upon acres of cotton fields.”

When Jones was looking for his dream home he gave very specific instructions to his real estate agent, Donna Partridge.

“He requested a “plantation-style home” with at least 50 acres,” Partridge said. “Apparently the guy just loves pre-Civil War history. I really can’t figure out why, though.”

Jones was apparently very adamant that his new home have large wrap-around porches so he could watch his fields without having to endure the intense southern heat.

Jones, who also owns over 50 Papa John’s restaurants and is one of the most powerful men in the NFL, was considering building a practice field for his team on the grounds but couldn’t get any of his players to visit him.

“Have you seen the movie ‘Get Out?’” Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said. “I’m not stepping one foot in that place.”