Michael Jordan’s mansion is up for auction, again
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Michael Jordan has been unsuccessful in one aspect of his life, selling his Chicago mansion.
The Highland Park home has been up for sale for over five years, and no one has paid the $15 million asking price to live in the home where the greatest basketball player spent most of his life.
The 9-bedroom, 56,000 square-foot mansion features a guest house, a regulation-sized basketball court and an infinity pool with an island in the middle. If you don’t believe us, check it out for yourself.
Never before seen footage surfaced after Jordan had his most recent unsuccessful auction to give bidders a better look at what is in store for them.
Superstars will buy/build expensive houses and will have trouble selling it once they move out of the area.
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James is having the same problem trying to sell his mansion in Miami after spending four seasons in South Beach.
James’ $17 million mansion include six bedrooms, a home theater, an infinity pool and a dock built for two 60-foot yachts.