The mansion of retired Dallas Cowboys player Emmitt Smith, which dates all the way back to the 1990s, has been sold. The 10,806-square-foot mansion in the DFW area was listed for $2.2 million in early autumn of this year. It changed hands at the end of November; no closing price was available at the time of writing.
The estate is located in Carlton Snyder Winnwood’s Addison neighborhood on.93 acres. The mansion is fully realized, beginning with a soaring porte-cochere. Its interiors prioritize space over all else, yet they can also be atmospheric or downright fascinating at times; the staircase demonstrates an uncommon level of craftsmanship, and it’s rather lovely to boot.
Naturally, amenities abound in this house. Indoors, the list begins with a dining room that seats 22, followed by a theater with tiered seating, a game room, and a colossal master suite — one of two in the home — complete with a steam room. Outside, a casual living style with a covered eating area and a pool emerges.
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