MICHAEL Jordan has spent a decade trying to sell his custom-built Chicago mansion.
The NBA icon, 60, has been attempting to sell his lavish $14.65million Highland Park pad since 2013.
Michael Jordan’s estate in Chicago remains for sale after a decadeCredit: Alamy
The property has been designed to MJ’s specifications throughoutCredit: Getty
NBA icon Jordan won six titles during his glittering careerCredit: Getty
The Bulls legend has built up a fortune estimated at over $2billion with his savvy business deals.
He is set to sell his majority stake in the Charlotte Hornets and flies around the world on a stunning $61million private jet.
But Jordan has been unable to offload his outrageous MJ-branded property since it was first made available over a decade ago.
Now, a lavish advert from Concierge Auctions has been commissioned to finally get the Illinois jewel off the market.
Jordan initially listed the lavish estate in Highland Park for a whopping $29million, but has been forced to drastically reduce the price.
Covering a gargantuan 56,000 square feet, the mansion is fit for a sporting king.
Jordan had the home built from the ground up to his exact specifications.
Even the front gates at the entrance to the seven-acre compound are personalized, featuring his famous No. 23 jersey number.
The eventual buyer can relax in the ultimate comfort, with nine huge luxurious bedrooms to choose from.
That lucky owner and their guests will never be caught short either with 19 bathrooms – 15 of them full – spread across the site.
Sports legend Jordan built a full-size basketball court in the grounds of the property, as well as a tennis court and miniature golf putting green.
The court features his iconic Jumpman logo in the center, with Jordan’s Bulls teammates formerly making use of the private in-house gym.
A large infinity pool also features a distinctive grass island for catching rays under the Chicago sun.
And if Jordan wants some R&R, the house can deliver it in spades.
There’s a cosy piano room, decked out with huge leather sofas to kick back and relax.
MJ has even dedicated an entire room to his love of cigars.
The basketball icon is well known for enjoying a smoke, reportedly puffing up to six Cubans per day.
And set up in the cigar room are card tables for a few rounds of high-stakes poker.
If that’s not enough, Jordan’s residence also packs in a huge library, cinema room, and a wine cellar featuring thousands of vintage bottles.
The home appears move-in ready – all Jordan needs now is a buyer.
MJ currently pays $100,000 annually in property taxes, per Business Insider.
And the six-time NBA champion is attempting to sweeten the deal by throwing in a complete set of Air Jordan Nike sneakers with the purchase.
Jordan built an entire basketball court in the property, complete with a Jumpman logoCredit: Concierge Auctions
The house is lavishly finished and built for comfort, with a dedicated cigar roomCredit: Concierge Auctions
An infinity pool on the outside patio includes a small grass section for sunbathingCredit: Concierge Auctions
The house also features a library, nine bedrooms, and wine cellarCredit: Concierge Auctions