Michael Jordan's 56,000-square-foot Highland Park mansion is on the market.
The former Chicago Bulls star's longtime home was listed Wednesday for $29 million, Baird & Warner announced in a news release.
The secluded mansion is advertised as a three-floor home designed to Jordan's "exacting specifications" with nine bedrooms, 15-plus baths and five fireplaces.
Built between 1993 and 1995 and renovated in 2009, the compound includes a three-bedroom guesthouse, an indoor/outdoor pool area, an outdoor tennis court, putting green and three climate-controlled multi-car garages.
Jordan's estate also features an attached indoor basketball complex with a full-size regulation court, "specially cushioned hardwood flooring" and acoustics-friendly sound system.
Jordan, who led the Bulls to six NBA Championship titles, hasn't lost his Chicago connection. He opened a steakhouse on Michigan Avenue last year and recently announced a reboot of his West Loop eatery.