It’s $2.2 million for Dallas Cowboys No. 22’s old digs.
The NFL’s all-time leading rusher, Emmitt Smith, listed his 10,800-square-foot Dallas mansion Monday — complete with an NFL-themed billiards room.
“I built this home in 1995 with the idea of starting a family here one day,” the NFL Hall of Famer told The Post. The father of three is selling it amid his divorce from longtime wife Patricia Southall.
“Over the years, it has been the perfect place to gather and host friends and family,” added Smith.
The buyer will even get a dinner with Smith, said a Douglas Elliman representative.
The former Cowboy’s mansion has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, four half-bathrooms, two offices, a 22-seat dining room and two living rooms.
The NFL-themed billiards room — decked out with a lighted tray ceiling, an oculus window and carpeting emblazoned with the league logo — is just one of the football star’s remaining marks on the home, which is filled with sports jerseys and other paraphernalia, pictures show.
The billiards room leads to an 11-seat projector-based media room with red-velvet chairs and a cloud-filled blue-sky mural painted on the ceiling.
There are two primary bedroom suites — one has a sitting area, steam room, Jacuzzi bath, dual bathrooms, three closets, multijet shower system and a barrel-vaulted ceiling. The other has a fireplace and a grand bath, according to Douglas Elliman.
The gated, nearly one-acre lot features a four-car garage, a pool, a covered outdoor dining area and a sunning area, listing photos show.
The 52-year-old Smith rushed 18,355 yards in his career, helping the Cowboys win three Super Bowls. Since announcing his divorce in August 2020, he has partnered with Jesse Iwuji Motorsports, NBC Sports reported.
“I’m excited for the next owner to continue the tradition by creating their own memories here,” Smith told The Post. He and his wife announced their separation in July 2020, saying they would “continue to move forward with love and compassion for one another, as co-parents and friends.”
Arthur Greenstein of Douglas Elliman has the listing.
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