Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is closing in on a home sale in Baltimore County.

The 13-time NFL Pro Bowl player relisted his Reisterstown estate last month at around $1.9 million. The property is currently listed as pending in the Multiple Listing Service, records show.


At roughly 27 acres, the tree-dotted grounds could hold more than a few football fields. Instead, the estate centers on a two-story brick mansion. The interior spans 6,592 square feet. Highlights include an all-white great room under vaulted ceilings, a formal dining room and a den with a wet bar.

In addition to four bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, the home holds a theater room, salon, sauna, gym and billiards room.

Why do Cal Ripken Jr., Ray Lewis, the late Tom Clancy struggle to sell their posh homes?

Cal Ripken's 24-acre spread in Baltimore County lingered on the market for so long, he decided to auction it off. Ray Lewis and the late Tom Clancy similarly haven't been able to sell their high-end homes either. Such properties often are too idiosyncratic, and too expensive, realtors say.

Outside, a pool and pool house sit adjacent to a basketball court.

Heidi Krauss of Krauss Real Property Brokerage holds the listing. The exact asking price is $1,888,520.

Lewis, who retired after winning his second Super Bowl in 2013, was twice named NFL Defensive Player of the Year, in 2000 and 2003.

In February, he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.