Ray Lewis puts Maryland mansion up for sale at $1.1 million

Photo: Realtor.com

Photo: Realtor.com

Baltimore Ravens superstar Ray Lewis bought his Owings Mills, MD mansion in 1999 for $753,000. The luxury of enjoying his entire career with just one franchise meant that he would not have to sell the house for more than a decade.

However, the recently retired linebacker figures the time to move on from this four-bedroom, four-bathroom beauty with a pool and a sauna is now.

His asking price? $1.1 million. Realtor.com needed all caps to describe the #52 reasons why you HAVE TO BUY THIS MANSION:

THERE ARE AT LEAST #52 REASONS TO PURCHASE THIS STUNNING CONTEMPORARY HOME. GRACIOUSLY SITUATED ON OVER 2 ACRES. THIS HOME BOASTS LAVISH APPOINTMENTS OF MARBLE &GRANITE, GOURMET KITCHEN, GRAND MASTER SUITES, OLYMPIC SIZED POOL, SAUNA, STEAM SHOWER,RECESSED LIGHTING,2 FIREPLACES, FINISHED LL COMPLETE WITH RAVENS BLVD & ENTERTAINMENT & SECURITY SYSTEMS. YOUR CHANCE TO OWN WHERE THE 1ST RIDE BEGAN!

The 4,283 square foot home rests on 2.33 acres of land and it boasts Lewis’ … er … distinct decorating habits.

[Photos via Realtor.com, H/T: Busted Coverage]