Michael Jordan has not had much luck trying to sell his 32,683-square-foot mansion in Highland Park. The home is now back on the market for $14.855 million, that’s approximately half of the $29 million the NBA star was originally asking for in 2012. This is the third time the home has come down in price in three years.
Jordan has certainly added his own personal touch to the home, including the large “23” on the entrance gate to the property. Not only does the custom-designed home have a putting green, tennis court and infinity pool, it also has its very own regulation-sized basketball gymnasium! Surprised? Hopefully the price drop will be a selling point for potential buyers looking to scoop up a piece of his Airness’ history.
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