Deion Sanders' Former Estate Pulled off Auction Block, Still For Sale
Deion Sanders’ former 29,122-square-foot mansion on Preston Road in Prosper was pulled off the auction block by the current owners, but it’s still up for sale on the market for $14.5 million according to the Dallas Morning News.
New York-based Concierge Auctions was scheduled to sell the property to the highest bidder in an online auction with no reserve. David Gloria, listing agent with Ebby Halliday Realtors, told the News that the owner decided to not move forward with the auction.
"We may be adjusting the price after the first of the year," Gloria said. "We are working with some ideas with the owners."
In addition to two swimming pools and a motor court that holds one bus or RV and 12 cars, the mansion –- which is now called Chateau Montclair –- contains a full-sized indoor basketball court with a sound system and scoreboard; a two-lane bowling alley; a gym; steam showers; locker room; yoga room; game room and bar; a theater with a stage; and even a barber shop as well as a natatorium with a spa and pool and a screened-in colonnade.
Chateau Montclair is more than 1,100-square-feet larger than the former Tom Hicks mansion, which is the largest home in North Dallas that just sold for $36.2 million at a Concierge Auction. The winning bidder, developer Mehrdad Moayedi, plans on building more mansions around it on the 25-acre spread.