Basketball billionaire Michael Jordan has listed his sprawling Utah vacation home for $ 400,000 ($ 590,306) less than he paid for 12 years ago.
The former Chicago Bulls superstar is asking $ 7.5 million for the five-bedroom mansion, which comes with its own golf simulator, the Los Angeles Times reported.
But one thing is missing. No basketball courts appear in the advertisement photos for the Scenic Getaway Court.
Offering views of the mountains and a nearby golf course, the hillside house is set on 1.5 hectares of land.
It features lavish details such as Italian marble and bamboo floors, granite benches, ebony veneer cabinets and shelves, jetted tubs, picture windows, and glass garage doors.
There’s a golf simulator, movie theater, waterfalls, rounded-angle vaulted ceilings, and an infinity pool.
The residence last changed hands in 2007 when an entity linked to Jordan paid $ 7.9 million, Global Manor reported.
The Park City agency has the list.
Jordan has also been trying to sell his Illinois mansion since 2012 when it was first listed with $ 29 million in hope before being reduced to $ 14.855 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
He now owns the Charlotte Hornets team in the NBA, having played 15 seasons in the league and winning six championships with the Chicago Bulls, and Forbes estimates his net worth at $ 1.9 billion.
“By acclamation, Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time,” reads his official NBA biography.
He was named the league’s MVP five times and retired with his highest scoring average.
He retired twice and made returns before ending as a player in the 2003-03 season.
In between his time on the court, he found time to star in the live-action / animated basketball movie Space jam featuring Bugs Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters.