Ray Rice has left Baltimore, heading back to his hometown of New Rochelle, New York to wait for April, when he hopes to get another shot with an NFL team following the domestic violence debacle last year which got him kicked off the Ravens.
Die-hard Ray Rice fans can at least console themselves that he had a chance to enjoy the good life in Baltimore County before he left — taking advantage of his $35 million, five-year, 2012 contract to buy this fancy, 4,736 sq. ft. house in Reisterstown on an acre of land, complete with swimming pool.
The house at 2415 Tufton Springs Lane, off Dover Road, stands empty now, awaiting its new owner after recently selling for close to the asking price of $899K (Rice paid $850K for it in 2012).
Rice made real estate news back in 2013 when his bachelor-pad sold for just $319,500. Photos revealed a modest townhouse with a mini-fridge endearingly parked over the bathtub. Given the size of his contract, the Tufton Springs Lane house was another relatively humble abode. But he left the mini-fridge behind.
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