FS Michael Jordan's house.
And no I’ve not put it on the wrong forum.Posted 4 years ago
I liked it in a well thats over the top way, but 9 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms??? 9 en suites, and 10 other bathrooms?
Liberace’s Las Vegas house came up for sale recently – 2 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms.
Sounds mad on the face of it but they’re houses intended for entertaining / partying so the additional ‘bathrooms’ are really toilet facilities for guests at soirees so that you don’t have 50 people queuing for the downstairs cludgy.Posted 4 years agomikey74Member
It’s a classic example of why a sportsman should never be allowed to design their own house…. but then again IT’S MICHAEL JORDAN’S HOUSE 😯
I just hope the person who buys it is a basketball fan and keeps it pretty much the way it is, particularly the 23 on the gates. A house belonging to one of the greatest sportsmen in history deserves to be preserved.Posted 4 years agoiain1775Subscriber
Why is he selling up?Posted 4 years ago
Be a shame if its for financial reasons, the guy was a genius not only on a basketball court but with his marketing and business sense, the first sportsman to really take maximum advantage from tie ins and product sales etc
For the record I actually quite liked it, wouldn’t be something I would design myself and of course given his wealth its a bit extravagant but it does have the wow factor. As said above, hope it sells to someone that appreciates the historyask1974Member
No, not my taste, impressive but pretty hideous. There is very little external architecture to speak off, I mean looking from above it’s little different from a commercial building. The interior has no cohesion and is a bit gaudy in places. Other than that it’s just a very, very big, famous persons house.
American architecture is often a bit meh really.Posted 4 years ago
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