Former pro basketball great Michael Jordan listed his Highland Park home on the market Wednesday with an asking price of $29 million.
The luxury Chicago-area property boasts nine-bedrooms and 19 bathrooms. The 56,000-square-feet residence was built in 1995 and remodeled in 2009.
An impressive front gate leading to the mansion is adorned with his number 23. Amenities include a three-bedroom guesthouse, five fireplaces, an indoor-outdoor entertaining and pool area, outdoor tennis court, putting green, deep-water pond, a regulation-size indoor basketball court and three separate climate-controlled, multi-car garages.
If you’re able to afford the 2700 Point Lane property situated on seven acres in the prestigious North Shore area, you’ll undoubtedly not be phased by the annual property taxes that have averaged $165,000 in recent years.
View real estate gallery below: