After going 11-5 during the regular season, the New Orleans Saints were looked at as a possible Super Bowl contender. That was, of course, until they hit the brick wall that is the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks. With the season having come to a close the Saints’ head coach, Sean Payton, has turned his attention to a bit of housecleaning. Specifically, he’s selling his sprawling home in Westlake, TX.
Payton is asking $3.45 million for the modernized ranch-style home at the Vaquero Club, an exclusive guard-gated golf course community. According to the astute eye of our friend Candy Evans of Candy’s Dirt, the current ask is exactly what the home last publicly listed for in 2011.
Before moving into the house in March 2012, Payton was renting another home in Westlake, Texas owned by former Texas Ranger and current New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira.
Payton was on the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff from 2003-05, and coached his son’s football team in the nearby Dallas suburb of Argyle during his suspension from the NFL in 2012.