Some big changes happening for Ray Lewis this year: He retired from the Ravens, joined ESPN and is now selling his house in Owings Mills, Maryland.

The realtor's description, we believe, says it all: "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 and Entertainment and security systems. Your chance to own where the "1st ride" began!"

The house, which has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, was built in 1995. The listing price is $1.1 million.

Check out the pictures below and the whole listing on Estately.com:

(h/t Aaron Weiner)

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