After becoming the most decorated Olympian in history, swimmer Michael Phelps is celebrating his recent professional achievements with a personal one - selling his home. According to Relocation.com, Phelps’ property may have recently sold.
The house was listed for sale in March 2012 for $1.42 million, NBC Bay Area reports. The Baltimore loft home was originally purchased in 2007 for $1.69 million. The decrease in the sale price is attributed to the troubled housing market, which had an impact on property values of even the priciest pads.
According to the news source, the swimmer’s home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms and over 4,000 square feet of interior living area. The waterfront property is located in the luxury community of Fells Point and has a view of the marina. In addition, the house has tall ceilings and is decorated in a modern manner for a clean and straightforward interior design.
When it comes time for the Olympian to move from his Baltimore home, he will be sure to require relocation movers to transfer his most prized belongings following the end of the London games.