Ray Lewis hung up his helmet and visor at the conclusion of last year’s NFL season. It appears the Baltimore Ravens legend is ready to move on from his home in Owing Mills, Md., too.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom, home built in 1995 is on the market with an asking price of $1.1 million. The listing informs potential buyers that this is, “Your chance to own where the ’1st Ride’ began.”
Overall, the Lewis home doesn’t seem that outrageous, aside from the usual celebrity/athlete accouterments like an indoor sauna, hot tub and Olympic-sized swimming pool. There’s a lot of marble and granite, too, if you’re into that.
Buying it would give you a fun conversation starter at cocktail parties, “Hey, did you know I live in Ray Lewis’ old house? You should come over some time, we can eat scones in his old breakfast nook.”