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NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan is selling his suburban Chicago home for $29 million.The 56,000 square-foot Highland Park, Illinois estate has nine bedrooms, more than 15 baths and five fireplaces. Jordan also installed a separate indoor basketball complex with specially cushioned hardwood flooring.The property also includes a three-bedroom guesthouse, outdoor tennis court, putting green, deep-water pond and three multi-car garages.Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six National Basketball Association Championships and is the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.
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