Jordan became the first billionaire in NBA history. It’s no surprise that he owns some of the most luxurious homes in the nation. The house above is in Chicago and has a value of over $20 million. The luxurious features include a cigar lounge and a full-size basketball court where M.J. practiced his game.
Jordan tried to sell the house for eight years without success. Meanwhile, he has this beautiful Park City mansion in Utah. He listed this one for about eight million dollars. The eight-bedroom home has views of the surrounding mountains and access to a private golf course. It celebrates the great outdoors in the best way (via Dwell.com).