The late Muhammad Ali was one of the most respected athletes, and people, in history. The Olympic gold medalist was known for not only his ability to knock out opponents in the boxing ring, but also for his activism.
Sadly, Ali passed away in 2016 due to septic shock. He left behind his wife, Lonnie Ali, and his nine children.
Ali also left behind his 81-acre farmhouse, which his widow has just listed on the market. The boxer purchased the house in 1975, 10 years before being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. The property has two houses, multiple garages, a steam room, a massage room, a full-size basketball court, and a pretty sweet boxing ring.
There's also an amazing view from the backyard with a beautiful deck.
Lonnie listed the house at $2,895,037, which may seem like an odd number, but she wanted to honor her late husband's 37 knockout victories in his career.
You can take a look at photos from inside Ali's farmhouse property, and I'll be honest, it's one of the nicer celebrity homes I've seen!
First off, the property as a whole is beautiful.
Then you see the state-of-the art boxing ring.
And the basketball court!
I'd love to spend a day just relaxing here. Although that TV is due for an update...
Looks pretty cozy down here, too.
I bet all that natural light makes for a great afternoon reading session.
I cannot get over how many windows there are! I would love to have this much light.
A kitchen is the centerpiece of the home, and this one is a great space. Those bar stools look more comfortable than any I've ever seen.
I wonder what he kept on all those shelves? Surely it had to be more than a bowl of lemons.
There's so many spots to relax in this house! I bet it was a wonderful place to live.
And of course, the view is spectacular!
The outdoor space is almost more beautiful than the indoor one!
A fire pit is on my bucket list for the next house we buy!
A little farm on the property adds so much character.
Yep, I think I would love to live here! What about you?
The deal with Ali's widow, according to Crain's Detroit Business, came in at $2.5 million dollars on Dec. 21. The original asking price on the property was $2,895,037.
The buyer? The New York-based Turken Foundation, Crain's reports.
According to its website, the Turken Foundation assists eligible students by "means of housing, scholarship, and other cultural programs to improve their educational experience in the United States."
It's unclear what the Turken Foundation plans to do with the property.