It’s $2.2 million for Dallas Cowboys No. 22’s previous digs.
NFL’s all-time main rusher Emmitt Smith listed his 10,800-square-foot Dallas mansion Monday — full with an NFL-themed billiards room.
“I built this home in 1995 with the idea of starting a family here one day,” the NFL Corridor of Famer informed The Publish. The daddy of three is promoting it amid his divorce from longtime spouse Patricia Southall.
“Over the years, it has been the perfect place to gather and host friends and family,” added Smith.
The client will even get a dinner with Smith, mentioned a Douglas Elliman consultant.
The previous Cowboy’s mansion has 5 bedrooms, 5 loos, 4 half-bathrooms, two workplaces, a 22-seat eating room and two residing rooms.
The NFL-themed billiards room — decked out with a lighted trey ceiling, an oculus window and carpeting emblazoned with the league emblem — is simply one of many soccer star’s remaining marks on the house, which is crammed with sports activities jerseys and different paraphernalia, photos present.
The billiards room results in an 11-seat projector-based media room with pink velvet chairs and a cloud-filled blue-sky mural painted on the ceiling.
There are two major bed room suites — one has a sitting space, steam room, jacuzzi bathtub, twin loos, three closets, multi-jet bathe system and barrel-vaulted ceilings. The opposite has a fire and a grand bathtub, in accordance with Douglas Elliman.
The gated 0.93-acre lot encompasses a four-car storage, a pool, a lined outside eating space and a sunning space, itemizing pictures present.
The 52-year-old Smith rushed 18,355 yards in his profession, serving to the Cowboys win three Tremendous Bowls. Since saying his divorce in August 2020, he has partnered with Jesi Iwuji Motorsports, NBC Sports activities reported.
“I’m excited for the next owner to continue the tradition by creating their own memories here,” Smith informed The Publish. He and his spouse introduced their separation in July 2020, saying they’d “continue to move forward with love and compassion for one another, as co-parents and friends.”
Arthur Greenstein of Douglas Elliman has the itemizing.