Pippen vs. Jordan—in the Real Estate Market
The former teammates (and healthy rivals) go head to head with their Highland Park listings.
3393 Old Mill Rd.
2700 Point Ln.
||$3.1 million (listed since June)
||$14.9 million (listed since February … 2012)
||10,000 square feet on three acres
||56,000 square feet on seven acres
|Real Estate Agent’s Tagline
||“Rare opportunity!” (Translation: “I can’t use Scottie’s name in the listing.”)
||“Start your legend.” (Translation: “This will show those chumps from high school.”)
||A grower, not a shower—the boxy outside conceals Versailles-like opulence
||Mid-’90s Miami Beach excess—complete with a miniature island
|Pro Athlete Narcissism
||A painting of Pippen’s Bulls jersey on the basketball court’s floor
||A towering “23” built into the entrance gates and “JORDAN”—in all caps—at each end of the basketball court
||A two-suite kids’ wing (though it could be converted to master bedrooms)
||A hair salon (you know, for all of Jordan’s hair) and a 14-car garage
||An infinity pool, complete with waterslide
||A pair of Air Jordans in every style ever made, in the buyer’s size
Take a look at what else their properties have to offer in the photos below.
Outside Pippen’s 10,000-square-foot estate in Highland Park.
Pippen’s Bulls jersey is painted on the basketball court.
On the inside, Versailles-like opulence.
The infinity pool has a slide.
A giant “23” marks the gate to Jordan’s 56,000-square-foot Highland Park home.
Perfect for your next full-court game of H-O-R-S-E.
The eventual buyer also gets a pair of Air Jordans in every style ever made, in the buyer’s size.
Jordan’s estate is 7 acres, and the swimming pool has its own grass island.