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.
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.
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