For the past few months, Michael Jordan has been back in the news cycle consistently thanks to The Last Dance. The ESPN docuseries that follows Jordan’s run with the Bulls that led to two three-peats. While that’s been happening, there appears to be a spike in interest regarding the NBA legend’s estate in Illinois. According to Forbes, the house is going up for $14.4M right now which is roughly half of the initial price he was asking for. 

Michael Jordan's $14.4M Chicago Estate Is Insane
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Initially being sold for $29M, the home is equipped will all sorts of amenities from a full basketball court, a circular infinity pool, tennis court, golfing area, as well as a smokers and billiards room. Even more than they, everything has Jordan’s touch on it from the front gates that have 23 across it to the decor inside of the home.

The seven-acre, 56,000 square foot Highland Park, Illinois home has been on the market since 2012, though the recent documentary have people interested in it once again. His home also includes a fish pond, a long driveway as well as a 14-car garage. 

It’s a unique home that’s set up like [accessible] pods, thoughtfully laid out as a main house (with kitchen, dining room and bedrooms), a home office, recreational area, guest house and a sports pavilion,” Compass’ broker associate Katherine Malkin said about the home. “This would be great for a very large family, especially during this pandemic. It’s like a resort on its own. It has everything anyone would ever need.”

Peep a glimpse of it below.