The 2.33-acre property comes with its own Olympic-sized swimming pool. Other amenities include a steam shower, sauna room, game center and 2,000-square-foot trophy room. There’s also a den with an entire wall dedicated to Lewis’ face.
The eccentricity doesn’t stop there. The mansion also features a tomato-red bathroom, a 1950s-inspired gourmet kitchen and an aquarium in the living room. Of course, the three-story house has typical million-dollar-home features like fireplaces, security systems, and marble and granite finishes.
Lewis has another home in the area, and this could be the one that his mother lived in while Lewis played his entire 17-year career in Baltimore. Lewis is now working for ESPN in Connecticut.