Pippen just relisted the 10,500-square-foot home for $2,795,000 through a private network, according to the Chicago Tribune. The listing agent is Vikki Wolin of Coldwell Banker in Highland Park, Illinois.
Pippen initially listed the Highland Park property in June 2016 for just under $3.1 million.
Pippen bought the property in 2004 for $2.25 million. The neighborhood has attracted other celebrities, including musician Billy Corgan and Pippen’s former teammate Michael Jordan. (Jordan’s 32,000-square-foot estate has also languished on the market.)
Pippen’s home has six baths and five bedrooms and sits on 2.5 acres.
Standout features include an infinity pool, home theater, wine cellar and eight-car garage.
But its biggest draw is for the ultimate Bulls fan: an indoor half-court featuring a rendering of Pippen’s No. 33 jersey.
Other attributes of the house include high ceilings throughout and iron railings on balconies overlooking the living room. The chef’s kitchen has been fully updated.
Pippen won six NBA titles with the Bulls between 1987 and 1998 and played alongside Jordan on the “Dream Team” in 1992.
After leaving the Bulls in 1998, the 51-year-old Arkansas native played for the Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers before returning to the Bulls in 2003. He retired from the NBA the following year.