Michael Jordan's new $12.4 million mansion in Florida, near the home of Tiger Woods, is almost complete, according to a Yahoo report.
Sitting on three acres adjacent to Jack Nicklaus' Bears Club, where his Airness reportedly plays golf from sunrise to sunset, the compound boasts a 28,000-square-foot home and three additional structures -- a two-story guard house, guest quarters and a pool house. According to realtor Jeff Lichtenstein's blog, the main house has 11 bedrooms, a media room outfitted to ventilate heavy cigar-smoking and an entire wing devoted to his legendary workouts, with a basketball court and extensive athletic equipment.
Jordan will join Woods and a number of other pro golfers who call the tony area of Palm Beach County home, including 2011 PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley, Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson.
Woods' estate, unlike Jordan's land-locked digs, sits on a Jupiter Island parcel that has both ocean and intracoastal frontage. The former world No. 1 paid approximately $50 million for it in 2010.
Also settling in the neighborhood is Rory McIlroy, who reportedly spent close to $11 million on a home just miles away from Jordan and Woods. The reigning money winner on the PGA and European tours had been renting in the Palm Beaches for several years. His new home is dwarfed by the Jordan compound; while situated on the intracoastal, it measures roughly 10,000 square feet and has six bedrooms.