Retired football star Drew Bledsoe has placed his 5,491-square-foot house in Westlake, Tex. on the market for $1,995,000. As the Wall Street Journal's 'Private Properties' noted about a week and a half ago in its lead item about the former Dallas Cowboy's listing of his house, no fewer than four current or former professional athletes have their homes on the market in the same area. First, we'll discuss Bledsoe's house, which is at 2213 Cedar Elm Terrace in the Vaquero area of Westlake. Built in 2005 and purchased that same year by him for an amount that the Wall Street Journal reported was $1,700,000, the house sits on a 0.32-acre property, according to public records. Features in the four-bedroom house include three full baths, two half baths, and a master suite with a jetted tub, according to listing information. We should also note that listing information (weirdly) gives the house's square footage as 5,286 square feet. The Journal reported that Bledsoe now lives in Bend, Ore. We actually can provide more details than that. Records show that Bledsoe owns several parcels on Tam MacArthur Loop and Ballantrae Court in the Broken Top area of Bend. Check out an online listing sheet for Bledsoe's house in Westlake -- complete with photos -- here. As for the other athletes listing their homes in Vaquero that the Journal mentioned, they are: --Atlanta Braves first baseman Mark Teixeira, who formerly played for the Texas Rangers, has listed his four-bedroom, 6,299-square-foot, Tuscan-style house for $5,750,000. Located at 2220 King Fisher Drive in Westlake, Teixeira's house sits on a 1.078-acre parcel and was built in 2005. Listing information states that the house has 6,986 square feet, but public records report that it measures 6,299 square feet. Either way, the Journal noted that Teixeira is completing a second-floor addition with a game room that will boost the house's total square footage to 8,500 square feet. The Journal also reported that Teixeira had paid $4 million for the house 'about two years ago' (actually in December 2005, according to public records). Our friends over at the Real Estalker penned a nice post on this house on January 15. Check out an online listing sheet for this house -- complete with photos -- here. --Retired hockey player Steve Duchesne, who now is a minor-league hockey coach, has listed his house on a 0.66-acre parcel at 2104 Cedar Elm Terrace in Westlake for exactly $5,000,000. Built in 2006, the 7,313-square-foot Country French-style house is almost finished being built. Features in the house include a library, a butlery, a game room/media room, a chef's kitchen with a breakfast banquette, and a second-floor master suite with a fireplace and a luxury bath, according to listing information. Check out an online listing sheet for this house -- complete with drawings -- here. --Professional golfer Brian Watts has listed his seven-bedroom, 9,884-square-foot house at 1701 Wisteria Way in Westlake for $5,450,000. Built in 2001, the house sits on a 1.683-acre parcel and fittingly enough, has a golf shop room and a golf cart garage, according to listing information. Other features include eight full baths, two half baths, two separate master suites, an office, an exercise room, a media room, three fireplaces, a tornado shelter, cedar closets and an outdoor cooking area, according to listing information. Check out an online listing sheet for Watts' house -- complete with photos -- here. Given the items' placement in the Journal's 'Private Properties' column, it shouldn't be surprising that the same (clearly self-promoting) listing agents have the listings for all four of these athletes' properties.