Former Liverpool owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett were far from beloved by Liverpool fans. In fact they were hated.
Tom Hicks now has his lavish Dallas home on the market for $135 million
According to Forbes
Spanning 25 acres, the compound boasts roughly 42,500 square feet of living space including a five-story main house, a two-story guest house and a three-story pool house.
Among the home’s outrageous amenities are a a library paneled in 19th-century Italian walnut and burl, a main kitchen tiled in 10th-century Dutch Delft manganese tiles, a mirrored art-deco bar room, and an exercise room. The pool house boasts an outdoor living room and kitchen, an indoor catering kitchen, a massive game room, and a home theater spanning an entire floor. The grounds encompass two guest houses, a tennis court, several greenhouses, a tree house, rose and vegetable gardens, and a second hidden driveway entrance onto the property.
The property is currently the most expensive on the market is the US.
Tom Hicks and George Gillett lost control of Liverpool in 2010 when their stake in the club was sold to John W Henry. Hicks is also well-known to American sports fans as the man who destroyed the Texas Rangers and Dallas Stars.
via With Leather