NFL Legend Ray Lewis Is Selling His Baltimore Mansion For $2.95 Million

Ray Lewis House

Former NFL linebacker, Ray Lewis purchased this Baltimore, MD home in 2003 for $1.95 million. Fourteen years later, he is looking to make a cool $1 million profit on its sale. Seeing as how real estate prices have risen since 2003, the Baltimore Raven’s great should be able to make a really decent return. Even if it isn’t the full $1 million he’s looking for.

Although slightly dated, the 6,592-square-foot home –which sits on 28 acres!! — is full of features every guy and sports fan would want in a home. The house has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms which are spread over multiple levels and can be accessed by elevator.

The lower level of the home features a bar, movie theater, sauna, gym, hot tub, and pool with a pool house and cabana.

The backyard features tons of outdoor living space as well as a large swimming pool.

See more of Ray Lewis’ house below.

Ray Lewis House

Ray Lewis House

Ray Lewis House Ray Lewis House

Ray Lewis House Ray Lewis House Ray Lewis House Ray Lewis House

Behold. The most Ray Lewis bedroom you will ever fined.

Ray Lewis House

The man cave looks pretty sweet.

Ray Lewis House Ray Lewis House

Ray Lewis House

So does this sauna.

Ray Lewis House

And Ray Ray’s bedroom and clset isn’t too shabby either.

Ray Lewis House

 

Ray Lewis House Ray Lewis House

Ray Lewis House

And finally the gym.

Ray Lewis House

Sure, this house could use some updates to bring it into 2017, but even without them it is still a sweet pad.

Read Next: You Could Buy Eric Decker’s House In Georgia For Not That Much Money