Michael Jordan Puts His 56,000-Square-Foot Chicago Mansion on the Market For $29 Million

Michael Jordan Puts His 56,000-Square-Foot Chicago Mansion on the Market For $29 Million

When he played for the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan lived like—as you'd probably expect—a king. In 1995, he moved into a 56,000-square-foot mansion in the Highland Park section of Chicago with his wife and three kids. The mansion featured nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and an indoor basketball court equipped with things like "specially cushioned hardwood flooring" and "competition-quality high-intensity lighting" (whatever that means) included. Not bad, right? Not bad at all.

But, MJ obviously doesn't need posh digs in the city of Chicago anymore. He's busy down in Charlotte trying to fix the mess he got himself into when he agreed to buy the Bobcats. So now it's your turn to live like a king. Jordan reportedly just put his huge house on the market for $29 million—making it one of the most expensive houses ever sold in the Midwest. Click through the thumbnails to have a look at what 29 mill gets you.

[via Chicago Real Estate Daily]

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