Michael Jordan to have trouble selling his mansion
December 18 , 2013
No one wants to buy Michael Jordan's incredible 56,000 square foot Chicagoland mansion. It didn't receive any bids after it was put on auction on Monday.
The mansion, which includes an indoor basketball court, was originally listed in last year at a price of $29M.
"We are disappointed that the high bid in today's auction of Michael Jordan's residence in Highland Park did not meet the reserve price," Jordan's spokesman said. "We will be evaluating options for the property in the new year."
Although, the mansion ended without a buyer, it would be any sports lover's dream: "I have so many amazing, happy memories of my life in the house over the years," Jordan said. "It's where my kids grew up. It's where I lived during my championship years."