WASHINGTON — After sitting unsold on the market for more than one year, Michael Jordan lowered the price of his Chicago-area mansion from $29 million to $8 million.
Still, the house remained unsold.
In October, Jordan decided to sell the home at auction. On Nov. 22., the 56,000 square-foot home in Highland Park, Ill. will go to the highest bidder.
Concierge Auctions released this 9-minute video that tours the home.
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