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Daily Delight: No slam dunk for His Airness

Daily Delight: No slam dunk for His Airness

by Jay Garcia 0 comments

After three years on the market, Michael Jordan has been forced to slash the price of his Chicago family home by $20 million.

The property, which has been devalued from US$29 million to US$14.9 million ($20.1 million), features nine bedrooms and 15 bathrooms across three stories (see below), as befits a basketball god.

It also has a 15-car garage, a movie theatre with a 110-inch screen, and a lounge complete with a cigar room, poker room, wet bar and 500-bottle wine cellar with tasting room.

Also on the grounds is a circular pool with its own tiny island and a footbridge, plus a private putting green, full tennis court and fish pond.

The home also features a basketball court in Chicago Bulls colours and a professional gym equipped with treadmills, elliptical trainers, free weights and floor-to-ceiling mirrors. 

(Images: Concierge Auctions)

Daily Delight: No slam dunk for His Airness
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