Ray Lewis has quit football and apparently he's leaving his Florida mansion behind too.
The Ravens star has put his West Palm Beach property on the market, asking $5 million for the luxury estate.
The home, along the prestigious Ocean Drive, boasts seven bedrooms and more than 6,700 square feet to spread out and squirrel dance. Built in 2001, there are also nine bathrooms, a five-car garage, a pool and an elevator.
It's a pink Mediterranean, surrounded by lush tropical landscaping. From his back deck, Lewis could have lounged on deck chairs while watching the waves roll in. There's also an outdoor dining table.
Inside it's rather elegant, with cathedral ceilings, marble everywhere and grand columns. There's even a piano in the corner of what must be the living room.
The kitchen granite alone probably costs more than an ordinary person's entire house. His laundry room? That's the size of what most would consider a big kitchen. And the master bath? Room for the entire Ravens squad to wash up at once.
A few fun details:
There's at least one bidet.
There's a manly, wood-heavy office with a football helmet on one of the built-in shelving units. There's also -- go figure -- a bowling pin.
A small herd of elephant statues -- two -- hangs out near the piano.
Lewis bought the property in 2004 for just over $5.2 million.
Check out the listing here.
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