The wild 'Dallas' mansion is on the market, in all its oil tycoon glory
"Who shot J.R.?" might go down as one of the most iconic sitcom quotes of all time.
But what's equally as iconic in the famed CBS soap opera "Dallas" are the many Texas mansions where the show was filmed.
And now, the real life estate that served as the infamous interior of the Southfork Ranch where the Ewing family lived, is on the market.
Located in (where else but) Dallas, Texas, the mansion was completely rebuilt and gutted about 13 years ago.
Though much of the original interior and features have changed, the two unforgettable and characteristic front pillars still remain in tact in front of the house.
Check out pictures of the mansion below:
The estate sits on four acres with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
In true Texas grandeur, the home also boasts a pool, full spa, tennis court and separate exercise building.
It's on the market for a cool $12.95M.
Now, check out this other Texas mansion with a 6,000 bottle wine cellar:
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