Ali in his prime


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Ali in his prime


Boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s widow, Lonnie, has put the couple’s sprawling Michigan estate on the St. Joseph River, about 170 miles west of Detroit, up for sale.

Ali bought the 81 acre Berrien Springs home in 1975 – about 10 years before he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. 

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He spent summers and a good portion of his retirement in the home, before his illness became too advanced. 



Muhammad Ali wearing a suit and tie talking on a stage: Lonnie (pictured with Ali in 2012) made the decision to sell the home two years after he died of septic shock


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Lonnie (pictured with Ali in 2012) made the decision to sell the home two years after he died of septic shock


The home has a boxing ring inside a fully stocked gym with sauna and steam rooms, and a full basketball court just outside, according to the listing.

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The sprawling property also features a massage room, private baths and a hot tub.


Next to the gym is Ali’s private office which contains, among other amenities, a mail room, a kitchen, a loading dock and several other offices.  

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Lonnie Ali listed the house at a very specific price – $2,895,037. The final two numbers represent Ali’s 37 career knockouts, Top Ten Real Estate Deals reported.

a small house in a garden: 81 acres of luxury: Muhammad Ali's sprawling summer mansion in Michigan has gone up for sale

81 acres of luxury: Muhammad Ali’s sprawling summer mansion in Michigan has gone up for sale

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