Basketball superstar Michael Jordan’s longtime family home in Highland Park is on the market, but it’ll cost a bit more than the latest must-have pair of Air Jordans. And no, it’s not $23 million. It’s listed for $29 million, furnished, putting it in rare air as the highest-priced home listing in the Chicago market.
The secluded compound, built in the mid-1990s and renovated in 2009, encompasses more than 56,000 square feet and includes nine bedrooms, 15 full baths, four half baths and five fireplaces spread between a main house and a connected guesthouse. The property also includes an indoor-outdoor entertaining and pool area, an outdoor tennis court, a putting green, a deep water pond and three climate-controlled garages that hold 15 cars.