Michael Jordan’s ex-wife lists Chicago mansion for $5 million

Juanita Vanoy Jordan bought the six-bedroom Chicago property for $4.72 million in 2007

Chicago /
Jun.June 09, 2021 02:53 PM
Juanita Vanoy and the Chicago Property. (Getty, @properties)

Juanita Vanoy and the Chicago Property. (Getty, @properties)

Basketball great Michael Jordan’s ex-wife listed her Chicago mansion for $4.98 million.

Juanita Vanoy Jordan, the first wife of Michael Jordan, purchased the six-bedroom Georgian-style home for $4.72 million in 2007, a year after her divorce from the Bulls’ star, the Chicago Tribune reported.

The 10,000-square-foot mansion, located in the Kingsbury Estates neighborhood, has six full bathrooms and three half-bathrooms. Other amenities include a five-stop elevator, recreation and billiard room, theater room, wine cellar, library, four fireplaces, and a roof deck with an outdoor kitchen and grill.

Juanita Vanoy Jordan had one of the most expensive divorces on record. She received a $168 million divorce settlement with Michael Jordan in 2006, after 17 years of marriage.

Jordan’s mansion had a $97,036 property tax bill in 2019, and has a $199-a-month homeowners association dues, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Karen Peterson of @properties has the listing.

[Chicago Tribune] – Alexandra White





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