Football Great Ray Lewis Sells Florida Beach House
The former NFL linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens sold his Highland Beach home for close to $4.8 million.
He's used to administering big time hits as a former defensive linebacker and Superbowl champion, but Ray Lewis sustained a hit of his own with the sale of his four-story beach house in South Florida. Built in 2001, the NFL player turned TV announcer purchased the home in 2004 for around $5.2 million, and then sold it last month for nearly $4.8 million – a $400,000 loss. Located in Highland Beach, the almost 7,000-square-foot home features seven spacious
bedrooms, sweeping verandas with water vistas, a five-car garage and an oceanfront pool. Flip through the gallery below and take a peek inside.
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