Michael Jordan’s 56,000 Sq. Ft. Chicago Mansion Complete With Regulation Basketball Court Yours For $14.855-Million
2700 Point Lane, Highland Park, Illinois, United States, 60035
Michael Jordan is having a heck of a time trying to unload his spacious 56,000 square foot mansion in Highland Park, Illinois. It was built in 1995 for the NBA star on 7-acres and has been a hot topic on the internet with years of speculation of what was hiding inside. The world was invited into his private estate when it hit the market in 2012 for a whopping $29-million. The private residence had been extensively renovated since it’s construction and now features world-class entertaining areas including a gourmet kitchen, a regulation-sized indoor basketball court, a circular infinity pool, putting green, and tennis court. It was reduced to $16-million before heading to auction with Concierge Auctions in late 2013. The home had a reserve of $13-million and was scheduled for auction on November 22, 2013 but was pulled and rescheduled for December 16, 2013. After weeks of marketing the auction it ultimately failed to sell. It was reduced to $14,855,000 in May of 2015 and has remained on the market ever since. An interesting tidbit that the Washington Post pointed out is that if you add up the numbers in the list price you’ll get Jordan’s jersey number, 23. See the listing here. Below is an extensive video tour provided by Concierge Auctions.
Jordan hasn’t lived in the spacious residence for several years now. In 2012 he was nearing completion of his new 28,000 square foot home in Jupiter, Florida. The new home started construction in 2010 and sits on 3-acres in Jack Nicklaus’ ultra-exclusive Bear’s Club community. It reportedly has 11 bedrooms, a pool house, guard house, and basketball court.