Michael Jordan’s Chicago-area mansion has been patiently waiting for a buyer for more than three years now and the NBA legend is going to creative measures to get it off the market.
According to his luxury real estate agent Kofi Nartey, the cash cow who steps up to the free throw line of the property with be rewarded with every pair of Air Jordans ever created as a bonus.
Nartey tells Maxim that the buyer doesn’t exactly have to be a sneakerhead and there could possibly be an alternate enticing deal of their choosing.
“If the price is right, we can make almost anything happen,” Nartey says.
Money talks while everything else walks but the he 56,000-square-foot house in Highland Park, Illinois has seen its stock plumment since it was first put on the market in 2012. While the initial asking price was a cool $29 million, it is now available for $14.9 million, which could be considered a steal if you are into secluded areas of the Midwesteren United States.
You know what else talks? The house, apparently. A realtor ad for the property (seen above) has been gaining infamy for it employs the same trashing-talking overtone Michael Jordan used in his playing days to brag about the pad’s amenities (full-court basketball court, a movie theater, 15 bathrooms, five fireplaces, a 500-bottle wine cellar, cigar room with a walk-in humidor, a full gym fitness center, an infinity pool, tennis court, putting green) compared to the rest of the neighborhood.
Take a look at some aerial shots of Michael Jordan’s crib in the gallery below.