Michael Jordan wants to score a sale of his $7.5M Park City home
While that’s a lot of money to pay for a vacation home, it’s less than MJ shelled out 12 years ago. The all-time greatest purchased the property in 2007 for $7.9 million, according to Mansion Global.
Built in 2006, with a 9,574-square-foot layout, it includes five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
The contemporary design is set on a hillside, with views of the Glenwild Golf Course and the Wasatch Mountains.
A modern design, the multilevel space features floor-to-ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings and an airy layout. The main level includes a living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room and an open kitchen with two islands.
On the next level, a master suite includes a seating area and a private terrace. Other rooms include an office, a home theater with stadium seating, gym, den and a wet bar. There’s also a golf simulator to practice your stroke when the weather outside is frightful.
High-end finishes include Italian marble and bamboo flooring, granite countertops, Swiss pearwood and Macassar ebony veneer cabinets and shelves, mosaic-tiled showers and jetted bathtubs.
Outside, features include multiple terraces, an infinity pool, fountains and an outdoor kitchen and fireplace. And for a true fan of the home’s decor, the furniture is available for separate purchase.
Let’s hope Jordan has better luck offloading this home than he’s had with his Highland Park, IL, digs.
His custom-built, 56,000-square-foot Illinois compound has been on the market since 2012. It’s still available for $15 million. If you’re unclear that he owns the place, his Bulls jersey, No. 23, is emblazoned on the front gates and it comes with a basketball court.
Now 56, Jordan played 15 seasons for the NBA, mainly with the Bulls, where he won six NBA championships with the team. He wowed crowds with his incredible scoring skill and slam dunks. He’s currently the owner of the Charlotte Hornets.
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