The ultimate trophy buy: Muhammad Ali's boyhood Kentucky home

The boxing great's boyhood house in Louisville, Ky., is listed at $50,000 as a for-sale-by-owner.

This could be the ultimate trophy property: The boyhood home of boxing legend Muhammad Ali is up for sale by owner for $50,000 in Louisville, Ky., the Associated Press reports.

The white single-story looks unremarkable among houses on the street except it features a state historical marker proclaiming the residence as Cassius Clay's home when he was growing up. A walkway off the sidewalk leads to a small front porch and the front door.


The historical marker was placed in front of the house in May.

Ali, 70, is a three-time world heavyweight champion and social activist.  He was among those to carry the Olympic flag during the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.

The Muhammad Ali Center is a Louisville tourist attraction.



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