Any Takers?

Michael Jordan has dropped the price on his Chicagoland mansion, from 28 to 21 million.

Bulls great Michael Jordan on Thursday slashed the listing price for his 56,000-square-foot Highland Park compound by a $8 million, to $21 million from $29 million.

Jordan lowered his asking price more than 11 months after the mansion and 7-acre spread first hit the market. His original asking price is one of the highest asking prices of any residential property in Chicago-area history, along with the 26-room Le Grand Reve mansion in Winnetka, which once was listed informally for $32 million, and the 14,260-square-foot, full-floor, top-floor unit on the 89th level of Trump Tower Chicago, which currently is available for $32 million.

Now, it appears Jordan has become something of a motivated seller with his price drop.

Built in 1995, Jordan’s nine-bedroom mansion has 15 full baths, four half baths, a garage with space for 15 cars, an indoor-outdoor pool area, a putting green and, naturally, an indoor regulation basketball court.

Jordan’;s listing price includes furnishings.

About Scot McKnight

Scot McKnight is a recognized authority on the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus. McKnight, author of more than fifty books, is the Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL.

  • Dave

    only 15 baths? I think I’ll pass.

  • Gloria

    Well if it includes furnishings, then it is quite the bargain:)

  • http://www.thegospelclass.com Kevin Ashwe

    It really a mansion,but who’ll go for it in Chicago?

  • Dave

    Scot:

    How cold the real estate gurus miss the clue on the front gate ? They should have listed at $23 million !

    Dave


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X