The 8 Best Things About Ray Lewis’s House

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For a mere $1.1 million, you could be living in Ray Lewis’s house. Yep, the newly-retired Baltimore linebacker has put his Owings Mills mansion up for sale, which makes us sad (will we no longer be able to daydream about running into Ray at Target?), but also happy (because now we can be nosy and look at where he lives).

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(1) Fishtank room divider; Ray-and-mom oil painting.

 

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(2) Incredibly shiny hallway, perfect for making dramatic entrances.

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(3) Trophy room!!!

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(4) Bright red bathroom

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(5) The biggest bed I’ve ever seen.

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(6) Personal sauna

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(7) A closet big enough to live in

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(8) Ray-themed decor. Do you think it stays with the house?



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  1. Guys, this is NOT the house he lives in! He used to live here and gave it to his Mother years ago! The master closet has high heel shoes! And not his size. Ray lives somewhere else in Baltimore near some other famous Baltimore sports legends! However, if it helps the house sell, good marketing idea!

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