Ray Ray calls it a career, and for a couple million bucks you can live just like him
Ray Lewis Puts $5 Million Palm Beach Home Up For SaleVia Realtor
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis capped off a Hall of Fame career by hoisting the Lombardi Trophy a second time, but he won’t be riding out his retirement in South Florida. Lewis, who is headed to Bristol where he’ll have a significant role as an analyst for ESPN, apparently has little need for his West Palm Beach mansion and has listed the oceanfront property for a cool $5 million. Perusing through the listing photos for the Highland Beach estate offers an interesting peek into the life of one of the most galvanizing figures in all of sports. The luxury manse offers a contrast from Ray Lewis the football player, who is renowned for his punishing play and fiery, inspirational rhetoric, The & bed, 9 bath, 6,788-square-foot home offers a sleek Mediterranean design that is warm and inviting, thanks to cavernous ceilings and towering windows. The vaulted interior allows for a wealth of natural light, while also offering up panoramic views of the Atlantic. Of the interior highlights, the chef’s kitchen stands out with a combination of top-tier amenities and a complement of wood built-ins, a ceiling patterned in honeycomb and artful leaded windows. Lest we forget No.52’s palatial master suite, it has a spa-like bathroom and its own private balcony overlooking the water. Finally, the All-Pro affair comes full circle with its own paradise patio complete with an outdoor kitchen and an infinity pool and spa running off to the side.Hit the flip side to see more of Ray "No Weapon Formed Against Me Shall Prosper" Lewis' amazing Florida pad.