Michael Jordan house sold
Wanna live like Mike? Have an additional $21 million or more sitting around? You're in chance.
After neglecting to find a buyer for their 56, 000-square-foot residential district Chicago mansion because it hit the industry in February 2012, Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan is reportedly putting the Highland Park, Ill. residence up for auction.
(Scroll down for a peek in the mansion.)
"most of the household was renovated in 2011, " detailing agent Katherine Chez Malkin informed HuffPost via e-mail.
"56, 000 square-feet can seem daunting, but it is arranged in a family-friendly means so your residence still has a romantic experience. When you first enter the residence, the areas within that specific location are all the household residing areas."
The home ended up being built-in 1995 and sits on seven acres. It boasts indoor/outdoor share accessibility, a putting green, a tennis courtroom and, duh, a regulation-sized baseball courtroom.
"Since a specialist athlete features lived there, he has accommodated a tennis court for a playing tennis lover, a chipping and putting green for a golf aficionado, a fitness center for a fitness buff, and demonstrably one of the world's best privately owned basketball courts, " notes Malkin.