Michael Jordan’s Mega Mansion Still Has No Offers

You’d think there would be one really wealthy dude who wants to be like Mike. But that’s not the case, as NBA legend and one of the most famous people in the world’s house, is still on the market after being listed nine years ago. MJ’s house outside of Chicago is still on the market listed at $14.5 million. The house sits in the suburb of Highland Park, which is about 25 minutes from downtown.

Via NY Post:

“Jordan, 58, purchased the Highland Park estate with his wife at the time, Juanita Vanoy, in 1991 for $2 million – the same year he won his first of six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls.

The basketball legend then took full ownership of the home in January 2007, one year following the couple’s divorce, property records reveal.

Jordan initially listed the 7-acre home in 2012 for a whopping $29 million. But without any offers, the nine-bedroom, 16-bathroom abode is now on the market for $14,855,000.

In 2013, one year after the property first hit the market, the price fell to $21 million. It was then relisted the same year for $16 million. Jordan has not budged on a new price since it hit $14.8 million in 2015.”


I think I can speak for pretty much everyone, and say if I had the means, I’d scoop up that house in a minute.   At the very least I’d have a regulation size basketball court with a fitness center. And you’d have the ultimate bragging rights of owning Michael Jordan’s home.

C’mon elite rich people, make an offer.

Check out more of the house below:

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