The all-time GOAT of basketball, Michael Jordan, is selling his Chicago mansion at a $14.855 million price.
Situated in Highland Park, Illinois, the mansion was set up in 1995 on a 7-acre piece of land. It has 10 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. It also has various entertaining areas such as a gourmet kitchen, basketball court, tennis court, gym, cigar room, and a grass island.
This mansion has been in the market for the past five years and looks like the basketball icon with his real-estate agents are not in a hurry to sell house—unless it’s to someone willing to offer the right price. In 2012, this legendary mansion was listed at 29 million. Jordan had a heck of time getting some to buy at that price. After it remained to sell for 3 years, the asking price was reduced to $14,855 in May 2015. The mansion is still in the market.
Nartey Kofi from The Agency Real Estate is the recent realtor to acquire the listing. But Michael is a loaded man and has no haste to sell this luxurious mansion. According to Forbes, the basketball superstar made over $93 million in wages alone during his fifteen NBA seasons. He also acquires more than $100 million annually from Nike.
Although Jordan retired after the Bulls 1998 sixth championship, he went back to NBA after four years to play for Washington Wizards before retiring for good.