Take a Tour of Michael Jordan's Chicagoland Home

Jason S. PariniCorrespondent IINovember 5, 2013

Take a Tour of Michael Jordan's Chicagoland Home

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    Ever wanted to live in Michael Jordan's house? Well, now you can. All you have to do is have a $250,000 deposit to be able to bid.

    Jordan put his Highland Park, IL residence on the market at an asking price of $29 million in February of 2012 but has been unsuccessful thus far in selling it. After nearly two years on the market, Jordan finally decided to auction the residence off through Concierge Auctions, a luxury home auctioneer based out of New York City.

    The home boasts 32,683 square feet of living space and a full-sized basketball court decked out with the Jordan logo.

A Tour of Michael Jordan's Chicagoland Residence

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    Located at 2700 Point Lane, Jordan's house has nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and sits on a 7 acre lot. The house was built in 1995. Don't forget about the three-bedroom guesthouse, outdoor tennis court, pool and lake.

    For the gearheads, the house also includes three multi-car garages.

    Before an interested buyer can be shown the house, they must prove financial viability that they can afford the residence.

    Jordan is currently the chairman of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats.

    Let's see, Wrigley Field's renovations will cost the Cubs $500 million. Why not just buy Jordan's home and play there?

    At least they wouldn't have to deal with the pesky rooftop owners.