CLICK HERE to see photos and analysis of Michael Jordan’s new home in the The Bears Club  in Jupiter, FL compliments of Jeff & Cary Lichtenstein with Palm Beach Garden Homes.

  • Chance

    Looks good so far, kinda small. 39,000 sq.ft just isn’t enough for 1 person IMO.

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  • Grrrowler

    I can’t tell the MJ house from the clubhouse. They both look very similar. This is not a good thing.




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    • Lane

      maybe it’s just me, but i don’t think the club house looks anything like his house.




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    • Daniel

      I’m guessing you meant by the size of the home and clubhouse is the reason they look similar. The home is the size of (if not larger) most clubhouses down here.




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  • Stewie

    It appears to me that Florida is the real estate state of the US. Forget California, the most expensive homes per acre are definitely in Florida, particularly in the Palm Beach and surrounding area (incl. Jupiter). This home is shaping up nicely btw




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  • Daniel

    Ugh jeez…leave it to Michael Jordan to throw off the balance of the neighborhood. It’s the only modern/contemporary home in that community. While Jupiter is a little far north for me, you can’t deny The Bear’s Club beauty and exclusivity. Definitely one of the most expensive in South Florida. While I won’t dismiss this home in its current state, I would have liked it to be a Mediterranean or even Beaux-Arts style home.




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    • george

      I totally agree with Daniel. To me the house looks like a pile of my grandsons wooden blocks. I am not an expert but I believe that when you live in a community of homes you go with to flow. I have seen where a certain style is so unique to an area that when it comes to resale that it takes forever to sell, even in strong markets.




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      • Daniel

        He’s actually doing himself a disservice when the time comes and he wants to unload it. Contemporary homes, with the exception of Miami or Fort Lauderdale, do not sell as quickly as the Mediterranean homes. Add that to the fact it is gigantic and dwarfs everything else around it, and you have a very personalized white elephant. He should have built it on the ocean or in a neighborhood that is more diverse. Le Lac in Boca Raton, for example, has Mediterranean, Bermuda, Contemporary, Ranch, Tudor, etc. all while being just as exclusive as the Bear’s Club. The only thing its missing is a golf course, but then again, you don’t have to pay the ridiculous equity amounts, dues and fees.




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        • Barney

          Agree with you totally Dan. But think again…since WHEN has ANYthing that Michael Jordan’s done with his money (real-estate-wise) made sense?!

          Last I heard his first, long-time wife divorced him, and she came away with a HUGE fortune all her own. Such incomprehensibly ABSURD ego-mania and materialism in the ridiculous form ONE “house” like this literally disgusts me.
          If Jordan is in this monstrosity for a couple years, I’ll be astounded.




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          • adam

            all the comments are astoundingly similar to the ones about oprah’s real estate doings. i wonder why




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