Michael Jordan’s Chicago Mansion Still FOR SALE After A Total $14.14M Price Reduction

It’s Not Too Late To Call Jordan’s Mansion Your Own!

Michael Jordan's Chicago Mansion Still FOR SALE After A Total $14.14M Price Reduction

Who would have thought, that after nearly 3 years on the market, Michael Jordan is still attempting to sell his 56,000 sq-ft Chicago home.  It was originally listed in 2012 for nearly $29M, and according to our friends over at Business Insider, it’s also been available for auction twice, and is currently at a list price of $14.855M.

Michael Jordan's Chicago Mansion Still FOR SALE After A Total $14.14M Price Reduction

Wow… 9 Bedrooms, 19 Bathrooms… A Total of 56,000 Sq-Ft

Jordan’s house has 56,000 sq-ft of living space with 9 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, 4 half baths, and 5 fireplaces. The massive estate includes Jordan’s #23 engraved on the front gate, high end amenities throughout, and a regulation size basketball court with motorized backboards, premium sound system and cushioned hardwood flooring. There’s also an indoor tennis court, deep water pond, putting green, a guesthouse, and 3 climate controlled garages with room enough for 15 cars.

Michael Jordan's Chicago Mansion Still FOR SALE After A Total $14.14M Price Reduction

If you’re a home buyer looking in Highland Park, Illinois, call for more details.

Photos and content courtesy of Business Insider. Listed by Kofi Nartey at The Agency Real Estate.

For more information about Sports Relocation, other Athlete Homes, & Seattle real estate, visit my website: www.aaronjrosen.com

For more about Michael Jordan’s Home, or how to Buy or Sell a Superstar Home of your own, contact me at aaron@aaronjrosen.com

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