NFL great Ray Lewis, a 16-year veteran of the Baltimore Ravens who retired after his team beat San Francisco in Super Bowl XLVII, has put his unusual Maryland home on the market for $1.1 million.
The four bedroom, four bath home sits on more than two acres. It's got an Olympic-size pool, two fireplaces and a whole lot of personal touches, like the Ravens BLVD sign in the trophy room, the framed Lewis jerseys hanging on the wall and a host of artwork featuring the likeness and/or name of the former linebacker, who's tied to a 2000 double murder outside an Atlanta nightclub and is now an NFL analyst for ESPN.
Plus, note the built-in fish tank, the bright red bathroom and the various other touches that we'd think make this home's interior seriously individualistic.
3 Foxcreek Ct., Owings Mills, Md., $1.1 Million
But if it turns out that Lewis' style, not just his playing, has fans, why not make it a twofer? His 12,000 square foot Palm Beach home went on the market earlier in 2013. It's listed on Zillow.com for $4,995,000.
3573 S Ocean Blvd., Highland Beach,$4,995,000 Fl.,
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