Muhammad Ali's Michigan Farm hits market for a knockout $2.9M

Posted at 11:27 AM, Jun 20, 2018

Iconic boxer and activist Muhammad Ali's Michigan estate is up for grabs in Berrien Springs. 

Ali purchased the 81-acre property in 1975, almost ten years before he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. 

The home is surrounded by lush green fields and tucked away from noise and crowds by the St. Joseph River. According to, it's the place where Ali and family could escape the fame and relax. 

The river encloses three sides of the southwestern Michigan farm. The property includes:

  • Four-bedroom main house
  • Carriage house
  • Pool
  • Gym (with a boxing ring and basketball court)
  • Garages
  • Barns

Ali's widow is now selling the property, and it's going for a rather specific price -- $2,895,037. The last two numbers represent Ali's 37 career knockouts. 

Visit the listing agent's website for more information on the estate.