Michael Jordan may seem to have it all - but there's one piece of bad luck that's still plaguing him.

Yep - he just can't seem to sell his $29 million mansion.

Even though it looks totally incredible. Scroll on for a full tour...

Now, Michael Jordan is one of the most prestigious athletes of all time...

And he has the assets to prove it.

But now he wants to offload his mansion.

And it seems he's having a hard time doing it!

He's even slashed the price in half.

We're seriously considering it!

Of course, he's still known as the GOAT in basketball...

It's likely no one will ever top him.

Jordan began his professional basketball career when he was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 1984.

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The draft also featured court legends John Stockton and Charles Barkley.

Jordan soon proved to be a stand out on the court.

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His talent was proven when he helped the team make the playoffs and scored an average of 28.2 points per game that season.

And it didn't go unnoticed...

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Jordan received the NBA Rookie of the Year Award and was selected for the All-Star Game for his spectacular performance.

Jordan's second season, however, was marred with injury.

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Nevertheless, he proved he was one to watch - breaking new ground during the '86-'87 season.

By the late '80s, the Chicago Bulls were quickly becoming a huge force in the basketball world...

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And Jordan was credited for being one of the main reasons for the team's rising success... and it was truly up from there.

Following a short stint in minor league baseball, in March 1995 Jordan returned to basketball for the Chicago Bulls...

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And he came back stronger than ever.

Jordan lead the Bulls to a then-record seventy-two regular-season wins...

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So it's safe to say, he has a gleaming basketball resumé.

Over the years, since beginning his professional basketball career, Jordan retired from the sport 3 times.

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He first retired in 1993 and again in 1998, then finally hung up his jersey for good back in 2003.

But that's not to say he's not been busy...

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The incredible Netflix documentary The Last Dance covered his entire professional career - alongside his tumultuous personal life.

But the NBA star has another interest.


Back in 1992, he bought a 7-acre home for $2 million.

But years later, it was time to move on.

He put it on the market for $29 million in 2012.


But people weren't biting.

1 year later, the price was reduced to $21 million.

It was then re-listed for $16 million.

And then, he dropped the price again to $14.8 million.


Even with renewed interest following 2020's The Last Dance, no one is buying it!

It kind of seems like a bargain.

Take a look for yourself!

​Check out the virtual tour here.

So who's submitting an offer?