- Micheal Jordan's state of the art mansion is yet to be bought for the past eight years it has been up for sale
- Inside the 57-year-old's mansion is tennis and basketball courts, swimming pool, nine-bedroom and 19 bathrooms
- Jordan who is worth $1.7billion has reduced the price of the mansion from R480m to R240m
Micheal Jordan's luxurious nine-bedroom mansion has the best of basketball and tennis facilities, including a swimming pool, but it has refused to be bought since it was placed on sale since 2012.
Despite cutting the initial £24million price to half, the mansion still has not seen a buyer that would associate his taste to the 7.39-acre property now valued at R240m.
The entrance of the mansion has Jordan's famous 23 shirt number he wore throughout his career was inscribed on the gates.
Inside the property, itself has grassland where the 57-year-old sometimes play golf and there are nine bedrooms and 19 bathrooms.
He has a suitable cigar room in his home so he could enjoy both of these activities and he also has a well-stocked wine cellar.
There is a comfortable piano room decked out with leather sofas and a games room with a pool table.
Jordan's favourite room is understood to be the library, which is also kitted out with a drop-down movie screen so it can convert into a home cinema.
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