Michael Jordan house in NC
Evidently a flat in Charlotte is certainly not very adequate vermont property for basketball legend—and, definitely, Space Jam celebrity and majority owner of this Charlotte Bobcats—Michael Jordan, who's simply snagged a 12, 310-square-foot lakeside mansion for $2.8M. While the interiors tend to be woefully outdated—letis only pretend those circa-1993 drapes cannot exist, okay?—the truth of the matter is in 2011, the home in Cornelius, N.C., listed at $3.99M, and compliment of a foreclosure tangle in 2012, Jordan scored it for less. Home brags panoramic water views, a five-car garage, and six bed rooms, all about 22 miles from where Bobcats play. There is also a pier causing a gazebo and a multi-level terrace with a pool. Yes, the interior is not even close to the streamlined interiors of their Chicago estate, that he indexed this past year for $29M, but, hey, design is very easily changed. Definitely in no time the area will likely to be filled with most of the bells and whistles befitting an NBA star, like a souped-up fitness center. The true concern: which vermont pad gets to house their Michael Enn Sirvet-sculpted aluminum dining table—you understand, the only he commissioned to own 32, 292 holes in it, one for each and every career point?