You remember Brian Jordan, right? He was the two sport athlete who spent 1989-1991 in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons before moving on to a successful MLB career with the Braves, Cardinals and more. The guy is selling his insane Atlanta mansion for what seems like a low-ball price of $1.8 million. Jordan’s gotta be broke, right? The house is completely emptied out. Not one piece of furniture. Not one painting. Not even the couches in the home theater. Smells like bankruptcy.
According to USA Today, Jordan has made roughly $60 million over the duration of his professional career. Could he have burned through it all only six years after retiring? Sure looks that way.
Jordan’s manse can be found 11 miles south of the giant sportsman estate of another Braves legend, pitcher John Smoltz, and touts a prime 6.4-acre lot in the affluent Atlanta suburb. The interior opens to a dual floating staircase leading to upper and lower levels offering a total of seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, including a master suite with custom closets, spa-like bath and a mini-kitchen.
Master bedroom suite complete with a spa and a kitchen? Sign us up!
HIGHLIGHTS OF BRIAN JORDAN’S ATLANTA MANSION:
• 7 bed, 9 bath
• Four of the largest pillars we’ve ever seen on a house entrance
• Custom made stone pool complete with cabana w/ bedroom and bathroom
• Full basketball court indoors so you can ball without dealing with that Georgia heat
Mortgage: About $6k/mo. before pool cleaning and a window cleaner