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NFL Hall of Fame sells home in Dallas, picks sentimental entry price



DALLAS (NEXSTAR) – The Dallas home of former Cowboys player Emmitt Smith is back in the market at $ 2.2 million.

This price doesn’t just reflect the specifications of the home, the listing agent said. This is in honor of his former jersey number in the NFL: 22.

Smith built the house to his liking in 1995, said Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the group listing the house at 150001 Winnwood Rd.

The house has a real “everything is bigger in Texas” feel to it. First of all, it’s 10,806 square feet, according to the real estate agency. It has five bedrooms, five full bathrooms (plus four more half baths), two offices, two living rooms, and a garage large enough for four cars. The master bedroom is a massive suite with not one, not two, but three closets. There is also an indoor cinema room that seats 11.

The dining room is apparently large enough to seat 22 people (there’s still that special number!). If you end up buying the house, Smith could help you get into that large dining room. The price of the house includes a private dinner with the Hall of Famer.

The dining room can accommodate 22 people, says the real estate agency. (Photo: Courtesy of Shoot2Sell for Douglas Elliman)

But with all that space in the dining room, why not bring in the whole Cowboys offense?

Smith tried to sell the house two years ago for $ 2.5 million, reports the Los Angeles Times.

The three-time Super Bowl champion has spent most of his career as a running back with the Dallas Cowboys. His fast feet also won him a trophy off the field, as the winner of “Dancing with the Stars”.



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