Obviously this is not your everyday listing, but then again, Michael Jordan was not your everyday NBA player.
Earlier this week, famous #23 listed his mansion in Highland Park, Illinois for $29 million.
For those few who need a refresher, MJ, as he was affectionately known
in Chicago, led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA titles, was the league MVP 5
times. a 10-time All-NBA First Team (1987-93, 1996-98); All-NBA Second
Team (1985); Defensive Player of the Year (1988); Nine-time
All-Defensive First Team (1988-93, 1996-98); Rookie of the Year (1985);
14-time All-Star; All-Star MVP (1988, '96, '98); One of 50 Greatest
Players in NBA History ('96); Olympic gold medalist (1984, '92) and was
inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 2009, per NBA.com. He also became the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats in 2010.
The estate basketball is 56,000 square feet, according to the press release by Baird & Warner Inc., the Chicago brokerage hired to sell the property.
Built approximately 16-18 years ago, the estate features "nine
bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and an indoor regulation basketball court with
'specially cushioned hardwood flooring' and 'competition-quality
high-intensity lighting,' the press release indicated.Â The property
also includes a guesthouse, pool area, outdoor tennis court and three
Michael Hobbs, Pahroo Appraisal & Consultancy