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Dallas Cowboys' Tyron Smith is Selling His North Texas Home — Let's Take a Tour 

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If you've ever wondered how Dallas Cowboys live off the football field, wonder no longer. Tyron Smith, the team's 2011 draft pick, is recently listed his Frisco home for just shy of $2.6 million. Here's a look inside the luxe living quarters.

Listing information and photos courtesy of Sam Allgood of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty via
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The 6,987-square-foot home sits inside a gated community in Frisco, north of Dallas.
The chandelier in the dining room is absolutely beautiful.
The dining room is quite spacious.
There's lots of room for cooking inside this kitchen.
The kitchen features sleek appliances.
This home is really suitable for entertaining.
In total, there are five bedrooms.
There's also 5.5 bathrooms, although this one may take the top prize.
So much space in this bathroom.
The closet is equally as roomy.
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The study features a nearly ceiling-high bookshelf.
Another bedroom, either for the family or guests.
The bedroom, obviously already perfect for little ones, has its own balcony.
Smith used this space as a game room and really went all out with the arcade feel.
There's also a whole separate TV room — perfect for movie nights.
Smith paid tribute to his USC days with this beautiful mural.
Oh, and it's also a space to kick back with some pool.
With the bar, you can relax with a drink too.
There's also a space for a barber! Oh, what money can buy.
This home gym is all about relaxing too, as it has a massage table.
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The 6,987-square-foot home sits inside a gated community in Frisco, north of Dallas.

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