Last week, a teenager was caught breaking into Michael Jordan's Highland Park home on Tuesday.
An 18-year old by the name of Raiden Hagedorn was caught by police officers inside Jordan's house and charged with trespass and two counts of criminal damage.
While there was no one in the house at the time, and no significant damage was made, the whole ordeal put a spotlight on Michael Jordan's longtime home in Chicago.
Jordan bought the property in 1991, when he won his first of six NBA championships playing for the Chicago Bulls.
At the time, the basketball legend and his then-wife, Juanita Vanoy, paid $2 million for the property.
They later invested heavily into customizing and upgrading the 9-bedroom home, adding unique features — including a pool anchored by a grass island.
Following Jordan’s divorce from Vanoy, the Bulls player decided to part ways with the two-story home.
He first listed it for sale in 2012 with a whopping $29 million asking price, but the Highland Park home failed to attract interested buyers.
The NBA superstar’s home has 9 bedrooms, 14 parking spaces, and some pretty out-of-the-ordinary customizations.
The mansion has five fireplaces, large skylights that bathe the rooms in natural light, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and a movie theater.
Unsurprisingly, the custom-designed home includes a regulation-sized basketball court.
But there’s also a circular infinity pool, putting green, tennis court, and cigar room, each with Jordan’s signature touch.
Initially listed for $29 million, many discounts followed. But Jordan has not budged on the price since it hit $14.8 million in 2015.
FUN FACT: the numbers in the property’s listing price — 14,855,000 — add up to 23, Jordan’s basketball jersey number (also proudly plastered on the property gates).
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