Elvis Dumervil Lists Colorado Home for $2.7 Million

Posted by Rapti Gupta on May 28, 2013 11:29 AM EDT
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Elvis Dumervil’s Denver home was listed just a few months after he joined the Baltimore Ravens. The mansion has received a pricechopper after failing to sell it over the past few months, the residence is now asking $2.5 million. (Photo : Denverjeffrey / Wiki)

The Baltimore Ravens linebacker, Elvis Dumervil has reportedly listed his plush home in Castle Rock, Colorado for $2.7 million.

According to the listing records, the home is a 6,199 square feet single family residence sitting on a 0.9 acre lot. The home comprises of four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

Interiors of the home feature hardwood flooring and wood framed glass doors and windows. Living spaces include a formal living area, a dining room, a great room, a family room, a study/den and a media room. The home also has a modern kitchen with custom cabinets and built in pantry. A laundry room and a full size basement are also available in the residence.

Outside, the home has an infinity pool, a 12 person hot-tub/spa, large open sitting areas and covered patios with fire-pits, an outdoor kitchen and a snow met as well.

Check out the photos of the residence, here.

Dumervil's listing comes just a few months after he joined the Baltimore ravens. He recently bid goodbye to the Denver Broncos after signing a five year, $35 million contract with the team.  His new contract with the Ravens comes on a weird free agent fault.

Dumervil was ready to take a pay cut from the Broncos and stay on with the team. However, his agent forgot to fax him the papers on time, missing the renewal deadline just by minutes and that's when the Ravens offered him the contract, reports SB nation.

Dumervil is happy with his current position and has already established himself as a team leader. The head coach of Ravens, John Harbaugh said to the Carroll County Times:

"It seems like Elvis has made the transition, he has been here every day. He hasn't missed one thing since he's been here. I feel like he's emerging as a leader for our football team. He has had no problem learning the defense. He's done a great job. He's a smart player. He likes football. He's done a good job at it, so he's done a good job."

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