Olympics Champ Michael Phelps Puts Baltimore Condo on the Market for $1.42 Million-- Take a Peek Inside His Pad (PHOTOS)
Olympic superstar Michael Phelps might be going for the gold in London, but back in the states, he's hoping to sell his Fells Point, Baltimore condo for a cool $1.42 million.
The record-winning 19 Olympic medal swimmer purchased the three bedroom, two and a half bathroom back in 2007 for $1.7 million. The home boasts hardwood floors, granite counter tops, a large master suite with a spa bath and floor to ceiling windows with views over the city.
Take a look through the gallery above to see more photos of his condo.
Phelps' condo also has a rooftop lounge terrace with fantastic views over the waterfront and city.
The building also had an indoor heated swimming pool and fitness center and a garage for two cars.
Phelps, 27, is competing in his fourth and final Olympics before retirement. During an interview on Piers Morgan Tonight, the Olympian opened up about the one aspect of retirement he is looking forward to: visiting oceans or resorts and not getting in the water.
"I don't want to get in the water," said Phelps. "I spent so much time in the water; I'm like 'No I'll sit here on the beach. ... I don't want to get in the water and play."
Phelps will compete against American swimmer Ryan Lochte for the second and final time in the Olympics on Thursday.
On the opening night of the swimming competition, Lochte beat Phelps in the 400-meter individual medley. The rematch comes in the 200 IM, an event in which Lochte beat Phelps at last year's world championships. However, Phelps beat Lochte at last month's U.S. Olympic Trials.
If Phelps wins, he would become the first male swimmer to win the same event in three consecutive Olympics.
Do you plan to watch the Olympics? Tell us in the comments, below.