Muhammad Ali’s widow, Lonnie, has asked for $2,895,037—an exact amount that references Ali’s 37 career knockouts—for the late boxer’s estate in Berrien Springs, Michigan. The world-famous athlete owned the residence from 1975 until his death in 2016. The estate is a sanctum with “Southern charm,” according to Cressy and Everett Real Estate, who are handling the listing, where one is able to follow Ali’s advice: "Don’t count the days; make the days count."
The former home of Ali is an 81-acre estate with access to St. Joseph River. The farm features a three-bedroom main house, which was constructed in 1900, as well as a carriage house and two barns. The best feature, however, might be the exercise facilities, which center around a boxing ring which Ali himself installed. There is also a bath, a sauna, a steam room, and a treatment room. Outside are a basketball court and a swimming pool, which has been outfitted with an outside kitchen, a pergola, and a pool house.
Cressy & Everett Real Estate shared: “Muhammad and Lonnie came here to revitalize. [It's a] place of nirvana for beauty, quiet, and privacy. Or an unforgettable entertainment hub, at all levels, accommodating five to 500.”