BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. (AP) — The family of Muhammad Ali has put the late boxing legend’s Michigan estate on the market for nearly $2.9 million.
The 81-acre property in southwestern Michigan’s Berrien Springs features a full-size boxing ring, a private gym, steam room, a main home and a guest house. There also is an outdoor pool, bathhouse and cabana.
The estate is on the St. Joseph River, about 170 miles west of Detroit. Ali bought it in the 1970s. MLive.com reports that Ali and his family had not lived on the property for several years prior to his 2016 death in Arizona.
Ali also owned several others homes elsewhere in the United States.
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