Inside Michael Jordan’s $14.65m mansion

Inside Michael Jordan’s $14.65m mansion including cigar lounge that NBA legend hasn’t been able to sell for 10 years

For $14.65 million, the 60-year-old NBA legend has been trying to unload his magnificent Highland Park home since 2013. The legendary Bulls player has amassed a wealth of over $2 billion thanks to his business acumen.

His spectacular $61 million private plane and impending sale of his majority share in the Charlotte Hornets are just two examples of his extravagant lifestyle.

Since making it available more than a decade ago, Jordan has tried unsuccessfully to sell the absurd MJ-branded property.

Now, with the help of Concierge Auctions’ opulent ad campaign, the Illinois gem can be purchased. Originally offered at an astounding $29 million, Jordan has been forced to drastically lower the price of his magnificent Highland Park mansion.

The enormous home, at 56,000 square feet in size, is befitting of a sporting monarch.

Jordan had the house custom-built from the ground up.

The gates of the seven-acre estate, which feature his iconic jersey number 23, are also customized. The eventual purchaser can rest easy in any one of nine enormous, opulent bedrooms.

With 19 bathrooms (15 of which are full) available, the happy owner and their guests will never be inconvenienced.

Jordan, a sports legend, erected a full-size basketball court, tennis court, and miniature golf putting green on the property’s grounds.

His famous Jumpman emblem stands in the middle of the court, and Michael Jordan’s Bulls teammates used to practice there.

Chicagoans may soak up the sun in style at an infinity pool complete with a grassy island.

And if Jordan needs rest and relaxation, the mansion has plenty to offer.

You can unwind in the piano room, which is furnished with plush sofas.

Michael Jackson even has a room devoted to his passion for cigars.

The basketball legend is notorious for his habit of smoking up to six Cuban cigars a day.

The cigar lounge also has poker tables set up for some high-stakes games.

Not only does Jordan’s home have a theater and wine cellar with thousands of bottles, but it also has a big library.

It seems like a turnkey house, and all Jordan needs to sell it is a new owner. According to Business Insider, MJ presently pays $100,000 in annual property taxes.

The six-time NBA champion hopes to close the transaction by including a full set of Nike Air Jordan footwear.