Jordan achieved nearly every basketball accolade imaginable during his 15-year NBA career, including two Olympic gold medals, six NBA championships and five NBA MVP awards, and he was named to 14 NBA all-star teams. Jordan retired with 10 scoring titles and a career scoring average of 30.1 points per game, both a record for the NBA. He spent the bulk of his career in Chicago, save for a two-season stint with the Washington Wizards from 2001 to 2003.
This contemporary style house sits on seven acres of secluded land behind an electronically controlled gate adorned with Jordan’s jersey number. There are a total of nine bedrooms and 19 bathrooms between the 32,000-square-foot main house and a guesthouse.
The property also includes a full-size basketball court, putting green, infinity pool, pond, tennis court and gym.
“It offers more in terms of on-site amenities than most area houses would, yet it is still very comfortable,” Malkin said.
Jordan’s signature silhouette of him dunking a basketball shows up in several places throughout the house, including in the home theater and at the center of the basketball court.
The living room has sliding-glass doors on either side to create an indoor/outdoor entertainment space.
A cigar and card-playing room was one of Jordan’s unique additions to the house.
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