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Basketball legend Michael Jordan lists Utah home for $7.5 million

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Basketball legend Michael Jordan lists Utah home for $7.5 million (Photo: D. Myles Cullen / Wikipedia / CC BY 2.0 via MGN Online)

PARK CITY, Utah (KUTV) -- It appears that basketball legend Michael Jordan is selling his vacation home in Utah.

According to house listings found on various real estate websites such as Realtor, Zillow and Redfin, along with a recent article from the Los Angeles Times, the Utah house of the former professional basketball player is up for sale at $7.5 million.

The listing states that the 9,574-square-foot residence - located near Park City's Glenwild Golf Club - is a "timeless mountain modern home":

It is modern elegance in mountain serenity. Stately yet intimate, this one-of-a-kind treasure is tucked into the hillside and surrounded by 3.93 peaceful acres. In every direction, there are breathtaking views of the Glenwild Golf Course and the Wasatch Mountains. This 5 bedroom, 7-bath home includes sumptuous details like Italian marble and bamboo flooring, granite countertops, Swiss Pearwood and Macassar ebony veneer cabinets and shelves, mosaic-tiled showers and jetted bathtubs, winding staircases, round-angled vaulted ceilings, windows from floor to ceiling, glass garage doors, cascading waterfalls, golf simulator, stadium seating theater, and even copper roofing and an infinity pool. All of which blends seamlessly with its natural, Wasatch Mountain surroundings. Square footage is a courtesy estimate - [the] Buyer should verify square footage independently. Furniture is available separately as well. Many common area amenities are available only with [the] purchase of Glenwild golf membership.

Former Utah State Senator Jim Dabakis shared Jordan's house listing on Facebook on Saturday morning, calculating that monthly payments will cost future homeowners roughly $34,883 a month (Realtor calculates monthly payments to be around $34,781 with a down payment of $1.5 million).

The LA Times said his Park City home is only a "tad" smaller than his place in Illinois: a 56,000-square-foot home that has been on the market for the last seven years.

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