Orioles star Adam Jones buys former Ravens assistant Cam Cameron's house

Orioles centerfielder purchases house on Falls Road for $1.75 million

  • Orioles center fielder Adam Jones bought former Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron's home.
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones bought former Ravens offensive…
April 19, 2013|By Chris Korman

Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has purchased a five-bedroom home along Falls Road in Lutherville for the price of $1.75 million.

The seller is one Malcolm Cameron according to state records. He's better known as Cam Cameron, the offensive coordinator fired by the Ravens toward the end the most recent season, which ended in a Super Bowl victory. He bought the home for $1.5 million in July 2011, three years after joining the Ravens following a one-year stint as head coach of the Miami Dolphins. He's now the offensive coordinator for Louisiana State.

The Baltimore Business Journal reported the news first.

Here's a listing that appeared on several real estate sites for the home:

"Tastefully and substantially expanded 5BR, 4/2Ba traditional home on 3.47 glorious acres. Beautiful formal rooms and informal gathering spaces. 3 MBR suites including 1st floor, 43x21 gourmet Kit/FamRm addition w/2nd MBR ste above, mahogany Study, state-of-the-art systems, 3FPs. 3-car garage, bluestone patios, pool, gorgeous grounds and sweeping lawns."

Sounds lovely.

Jones signed a six-year deal with $85.5 million last year. He's been named most valuable Oriole in each of the past two seasons. Jones, an unrelenting Twitter user, shared some of his house-buying experience with his followers.

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