Former Ravens safety Eric Weddle lists massive Baltimore County home for $895,000

Hallie Miller
The Baltimore Sun

Former Ravens safety Eric Weddle will no longer enjoy his post-win bowl of ice cream in his spacious Baltimore County home.

The 34-year-old, who signed with the Los Angeles Rams in March after the Ravens released him from his four-year contract, has listed his massive house in the Quarry Lake at Greenspring community for $895,000. The roomy residence includes 5,304 square feet of space, five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, upgraded granite countertops, a screened-in porch, gas fireplace and a two-car garage.

Jameson Cokas, of The Cokas Group of Next Step Realty, said the Weddle family loved the community — and the community loved them right back.

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“They’re sad to see them go,” he said, adding that Weddle and his wife, Chanel, renovated the entire lower level of the house and maintained the property well. “It’s all decked out and has all the options you can get.”

Built in 2007, the sprawling house at 2518 Stone Cliff Drive sits close to the community pool, tennis courts and the shops and restaurants at Quarry Lake at Greenspring. The neighborhood is situated in between M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and the Ravens training facility in Owings Mills.

Weddle, a six-time Pro Bowl pick and a five-time All-Pro honoree, bought the residence in 2016. He signed a two-year, $10.5 million contract with the Rams.

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