Michael Jordan has attempted to sell his Chicago home for eight years and is hoping The Last Dance will have more people willing to buy the property at a reduced price.
The 10-part ESPN docuseries follows Jordan and his Chicago Bulls since he joined the team in 1986 and culminates in his last season and championship with the team in 1997/1998.
Darren Rovell of Action Network reports that MJ originally listed his home for $29 million and it is now going for just less than $14.9 million.
Michael Jordan has unsuccessfully tried to sell his Chicago area home for the last eight years. It started at $29 million. It is now listed for $14,855,000.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) May 18, 2020
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Dan Gartland of Sports Illustrated reports that the house that was first listed in February 2012 for $29 million but failed to sell at auction in November 2013 with a minimum bid of $13 million.
According to Zillow, the 32,683-square-foot estate has nine bedrooms and 19 bathrooms. It sits on a 56,000-square-foot property and features a regulation-sized basketball court, circular infinity pool, putting green, tennis court and cigar room.
Upon entering the home, Jordan’s number 23 is on the front gate in case anyone needs a reminder of who originally owned it.
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