A New Jersey home once owned by boxing world legend Muhammed Ali surfaced on the open market this summer. The six-bedroom home in Cherry Hill where Ali resided for a period in the 1970s is currently listed at $1.85 million.
A look at the façade reveals a 1965-built ranch home with an Italianate spirit. The interiors of the house aren’t as stylized, instead finding expression in a series of details that reveal the boxing champ’s era: the massive river stone fireplace accent wall in the shared living area, and the twin solariums: one acting as the dayroom, and outfitted with built-in bench seats, and the other, larger space with a two-sided wood-burning freestanding fireplace and tile floor.
Recreation spaces were paramount to the build, and the home’s basement has been finished as an entertainment room with a long stone bar. The highlight, though, is the courtyard deck with a recessed lounge in its center and an elevated spa on one side.