Want to see Michael Jordan's $29 million home? First prove you can afford it.
If you thought that the announcement that Michael Jordan's mansion was listed for sale at $29 million meant you might get to see the inside of it -- think again. Unless, that is, you're a millionaire. Crain's Chicago Business reports that anyone interested in viewing the 56,000-square-foot mansion first needs to provide documentation they can afford to buy it. "At this price point, there aren't going to be a lot of people who actually go and see the property," Katherine Chez Malkin of Baird & Warner told Crain's. "Sellers at this level don't want everyone in the world to see their house." Those that see the home will also need to sign a nondisclosure form, agreeing not to share pictures, video or information not already publicly accessible…
Basketball legend's Highland Park home now listed for $29 million.
- PATCH'S HOUSE & HOME
- Jacob Nelson
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Michael Jordan's Highland Park mansion has been put up for sale, Crain's Chicago Business reports. The legendary basketball player's home has been listed for $29 million. The 56,000-square-foot-home home, built between 1993 and 1995, includes nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and an indoor basketball court, according to Crain's. The Tribune reports that if Jordan's home sells for "anywhere near that asking price, it would be the most expensive, publicly listed home sale in the Chicago area." The listing marks the second time in two years former Chicago Bulls players have made real estate news. Last March, an estate sale was held at Scottie Pippen's former Highland Park mansion. Jordan's home has been listed by Baird & Warner Real Estate. For …