Ex-Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen lists his home on Airbnb
Want to live life like an NBA star? Well, now you can – but for a limited time only. Former Bulls great Scottie Pippen offers his $2 million Chicago home to lucky fans on Airbnb for $92 a night.
“In honor of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, I invite basketball fans to my home in Chicago to relive one of the highlights of my career – participating in the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games,” said the former NBA striker in the list. “I’m thrilled that you’re cheering on the next generation of Olympians on my court!”
Pippen’s home includes a set of unique features that no one could find in a $400-a-night five-star hotel: luxurious pool, indoor basketball court, personal cinema, video game room, indoor sauna and more.
You can even snack like a six-time NBA champion.
“Refuel with some of my favorite pre-game foods, including fresh fruits and vegetables, or my usual dinner before a big game – steak, baked potato and asparagus,” says Pippen.
The Highland Park House has been on and off the real estate market for a few years. Pippen first listed it in 2019 for $1.89 million around the same time his Fort Lauderdale, Florida home was also on the market, Architectural Digest reported.
He put the house up for sale in October 2020 for $2 million, People said.
In June, Pippen announced he was releasing a new memoir that will chronicle his version of the legendary Michael Jordan Bulls era that was featured prominently in the popular 2020 basketball documentary “The Last Dance.”
“the last dance was really more about Michael Jordan than the Chicago Bulls. It was his story,” Pippen said in his Instagram story, NBC Sports reported. “This book is mine.”
The book “Unguarded” is due out in November.
Fans can try to book a place on Airbnb on Thursday. Booking will open at 1 p.m. ET and guests can rent the home on August 2, 4, and 6 only.
This story was originally published July 20, 2021 12:14 p.m.