Buyer of Michael Jordan's $15 Million Home Will Receive Pair of Every Air Jordan

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterOctober 28, 2015

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If you've got an extra $15 million lying around and have been thinking, "I need a new pad and kicks," you've lucked out. 

Michael Jordan really wants to get rid of his Chicago mansion, and he's looking to sweeten the pot with more shoes than anyone should ever want or need.

This news comes to us from Maxim's Adam K. Raymond, who spoke with Jordan's real estate agent, Kofi Nartey, about the home's future.

In short, Jordan is selling the mansion for $14.9 million and offering to throw in "a pair of every edition of signature Air Jordans in the buyer's size."

"If the price is right, we can make almost anything happen," Nartey said. 

The shoe thing makes for a cool side offer. It's also indicative of where the housing market is for mega-mansions these days. Jordan originally listed the 15-bathroom, five-fireplace property in 2012 for $29 million. With the lack of willing buyers, Nartey is getting creative with his selling points. Apparently, selling Michael Jordan's former domicile is a harder project than you'd imagine.

So if you've got the scratch, hit the man up. You can keep the shoes in the heated garage (it fits 15 cars, so you're probably fine).


Dan is on Twitter. He just wants a nice little house with a private putting island.

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