With his $21 million Chicago mansion re-listed, Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, who led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA titles, being thereafter inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 2009, is currently spending much of his time at a 28,000-square-foot estate on Jupiter Island, FL., which he started building in 2010.
The luxurious 11-bedroom main unit includes a pool house, a guest house, a two-story guard house and a cigar-friendly home theater, outfitted with a ventilation system helpful to the basketball legend’s cigar habit. There is also a private basketball court with state-of-the art athletic facility.
‘His Airness’ chose this enormous spot as a retirement haven and has put every effort into the surveillance of its construction works by himself. A couple of weeks ago he played some ball with the Charlotte Bobcats and the rookies must have been envious of him.
Michael Jordan is all set to move into his the sprawling three-acre compound built in the Jack Nicklaus’ Bear Club exclusive golf course community where other celebs like Tiger Woods also live.