A Pikesville condo owned by Raymell "Ray" Rice has been on the market since August and recently dropped in price.
The four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home is in the gated Gray Rock community.
Multiple listing service photographs show one room with a sign on the door that reads "man cave." Nearby there's a framed poster of Rice in his Rutgers uniform.
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There's also a photo of a closet filled with large athletic shoes. The shoes Rice likely wore while becoming a Super Bowl-winning football star.
Rice bought the home, at 103 Old House Court, for $350,000 in November 2008, according to tax records. That was near the end of the running back's first season with the Ravens.
The 2,100-square-foot home, built in 1999, is valued at about $270,000 for tax purposes. Monthly homeowners' association dues for the property are listed at $421 per month.
Rice first listed the home for just under $340,000. Last month, the price dropped by $20,000. The listing says: "Bring all offers seller is motivated!"
Rice closed on a larger, new home in Reisterstown the same month he listed his Pikesville condo, according to county land records. He paid $850,000 up front for the nearly 5,000-square-foot brick home, built by Baltimore builder Bruce Homes Inc.
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