No low-ball offer formed against him shall prosper…
Ray Lewis Slashes Market Price On $950,000 Maryland Home
You can get at least one thing at a discount this NFL off-season: the Owings Mills, MD, home of retired Baltimore Ravens star and ESPN analyst Ray Lewis.
Lewis has relisted the Baltimore County property, according to our friends at Busted Coverage, but not before adjusting the price. Shopped for $1.1 million last year, the legendary linebacker’s home is now being offered for $150,000 less, at $950,000.
Built in 1995, the stately residence weighs in with a comfortable three bedrooms, four bathrooms and nearly 5,800 square feet of living space. Of its many highlights, we can’t help but marvel at the grand master suite with its custom shoe closet, sitting room, and spa-like bath with a steam room and sauna. Further on, an epic trophy wall channels the aura of a champion, and a sweet fish tank set-up adds ambience to the kitchen and formal living room.
Outside, the retired athlete’s 2.33-acre grounds feature rolling green lawns, a large patio area and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
In addition to this property, Lewis is still shopping his beachfront mansion in West Palm Beach, FL. The football great began shopping the Florida property for $4.995 million in March 2013, following the Ravens’ second Super Bowl championship and his subsequent announcement that he was retiring.
Still on the market, the relaxed Mediterranean spread sports a sleek design with seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms and a host of luxuries befitting a future Hall of Famer. A chef’s kitchen features high-end appliances and a complement of luxury touches, and a palatial master suite comes complete with a spa-like bath and a private balcony overlooking the water. Outside, a paradise patio comes complete with an outdoor kitchen and an infinity pool with a spa.
This house looks more like it was owned by Ray’s grandma than him, but flip it over to see how he was livin’
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