Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis retired from the gridiron to the cushy booth as an NFL analyst. Now he’s retiring his stunning waterfront property in West Palm Beach. This spacious 10,890-square-foot, 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom, 5-car garage abode overlooks Highland Beach in Florida and can be all yours for the mere price of $4.995 million. The 13-time Pro Bowler put this mansion on sale last March, but after six months he took it off the market and once again it’s available.
Realtor.com has the extravagant details on the home:
Lewis’ waterfront property certainly lives up to the billing of its high-profile owner. Sited on a 10,890-square-foot lot overlooking Highland Beach, the mansion features a whopping seven bedrooms, eight-and-a-half baths and a host of luxuries that range from top-tier amenities to custom built-ins to a paradise patio complete with an outdoor kitchen, infinity pool and spa.
Offering nearly 6,800 square feet, the mansion sports a sleek Mediterranean design that is warm and inviting thanks to its cavernous ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that center on views of the Atlantic. A chef’s kitchen features high-end appliances and a complement of luxury touches, and a palatial master suite comes complete with a spa-like bath and a private balcony overlooking the water.
It’s such a spectacular property with killer views.