Ray Rice House

 

Ray Rice Home in Reisterstown

Ray Rice Home in Reisterstown

Ray Rice house New Rochelle

Ray Rice house New Rochelle

Ray Rice Home in Baltimore

Ray Rice Home in Baltimore

Ray Rice house in New Rochelle

Ray Rice house in New Rochelle

Kitchen in New Rochelle House

Kitchen in New Rochelle House

Dining Room

Dining Room

Hall in Ray Rice's New Rochelle House

Hall in Ray Rice's New Rochelle House

Bed Room

Bed Room

Inside of New Rochelle House

Inside of New Rochelle House

Living Room

Living Room

Ray Rice House

Ray Rice House

Ray Mourice Rice is a well known American football player. Rice based upon his victories; he was a finalist for the Maxwell Award and came in seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting. In 2006, Rice was given the title of Big East hostile player of the week thrice, which is again proved to be a school record. Rice was drafted in the 2008 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens. He marked an arrangement for a long time for $2.805 million, with an extra $1.1 million marking reward.

Rice is a proud owner of three beautiful mansions as shown in the photos. With the picturesque view, the houses are located in Reisterstown, New Rochelle and Baltimore respectively. Rice inhabited 2415 Tufton Springs Lane in Reisterstown. State property records demonstrate that Rice obtained the home for $850,000, and it was as of late evaluated for $755,700.

The 5-room, 4.5-shower house sits on 1.08 section of land, as per Zillow. It contains more than 4,000 square feet. The Colonial style three-level custom home on a section of land of area that incorporates a swimming pool was assembled and acquired in 2012, that year Rice marked a five-year, $35 million contract with the Ravens