Muhammad Ali bought an 81-acre farm in Berrien Springs, Michigan in 1975, almost 10 years before he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Now the late boxer's widow is selling the property with the very specific asking price of $2,895,037 (a reference to Ali's 37 career knockouts). Scroll down to see more photos of the estate.
The farm sits on 81 acres in southwestern Michigan, near the Indiana border.
Structures on the property include the four-bedroom main house along with a carriage house, pool, gym, garages, barns, and "office epicenter," according to toptenrealestatedeals.com.
The gym has a private boxing ring.
There's also a steam room and massage room in addition to the exercise equipment.
There's also a spa tub in the gym.
The pool includes an outdoor kitchen and bath house.
This fire pit is set up for entertaining.
The grounds also feature a full-size basketball court.
And lush landscaping.
"Muhammad and Lonnie came here to revitalize," the listing states.
"A place of nirvana for beauty, quiet and privacy," it notes. "Or, an unforgettable entertainment hub, at all levels, accommodating five to five hundred."
The kitchen in the main house has an adjacent pantry.
The carriage house has a deck overlooking a pond on the estate.
For about $2.9 million, it could be yours.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.