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.