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Jonas Brothers buy house in Dallas-Fort Worth area

The Jonas Brothers reportedly bought a house in a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb – and some young neighbors sound thrilled.

Tarrant County records obtained by The Dallas Morning News indicate that the three band members granted power of attorney to their mother, Denise Jonas, to buy a $2.8 million, six-bedroom house in Vaquero, a gated community in the suburb of Westlake. The documents were signed June 12.

A real estate agent confirmed the house’s sale but said the contract prevented her from commenting further. A publicist for the band, which began a nationwide tour last month, declined to comment.

“Yeah, I heard they are moving into the area!” 9-year-old Emily Clark said with wide eyes as she jumped out of the pool at Westlake’s Solana Club. They’re coming in three months, she said with an air of certainty.

The exclusive neighborhood already includes major leaguer Mark Teixeira, former star quarterbacks Drew Bledsoe and Terry Bradshaw, not to mention several pro golfers.

Former British Open champion Brian Watts discovered he might have new neighbors when he returned from Japan.

“I didn’t even know who the Jonas Brothers were or what kind of music they played,” Watts said. “But my wife and kids were enthralled.'”

The eldest brother, 20-year-old Kevin, was born in Dallas but grew up in New Jersey with brothers Joe, 18, and Nick, 15. They live in Los Angeles County now.

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