The former South Lake home of the legendary NFL broadcaster Pat Summerall, “Amazing Grace,” was destroyed in a pre-dawn fire on Friday morning.
The South Lake Fire Department said a fire broke out at home shortly after 5 am and found a multi-million dollar mansion in flames.
The firefighters began looking inside the house, checking to see if anyone was inside, and immediately determined that the house was vacant.
On Friday afternoon, firefighters said firefighters were still hotspoting nine hours after the first call.
Houses along 700 blocks on South Whitechapel Road, Named “Amazing Grace” According to real estate blogger Candy Evans, it was in 1996 when Summerall and his wife built it.
Summerall, buried in the DFW National Cemetery Died in 2013 at the age of 82.. That year, in a Summerall obituary, Evans described the 9,000-square-foot home as a 5.1-acre paradise loved by broadcasters.
According to documents obtained by KXAS-TV (NBC5), the property has many owners after his death.
The fire department is investigating the cause of the fire.
The fire destroys the former South Lake home of the late NFL legend Pat Summerall
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