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Pippen vs. Jordan—in the Real Estate Market

The former teammates (and healthy rivals) go head to head with their Highland Park listings.

Inside the properties of Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan
From left: Inside the homes of Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan Photos: (Pippen) Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices; (Jordan) Joseph Noel/Chicago Home Photos
  Pippen’s Palace
3393 Old Mill Rd.
Jordan’s Lair
2700 Point Ln.
Asking Price $3.1 million (listed since June) $14.9 million (listed since February … 2012)
Size 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.”)
Vibe 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
Extreme Amenities 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
Deal Sweetener 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.


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