A Wexford Plantation home formerly owned by NBA legend Michael Jordan went on the market in August but was removed through the holiday season.
The 3,150-square-foot home was relisted Thursday at $675,000 – a drop from its original price of $749,000, according to Realtor Kelly Ruhlin.
Jordan purchased the home for $550,000 in 1988 during the peak of his pro basketball career. He sold the home for $475,000 in 1999.
Marie Metts, the current owner, purchased the home as a foreclosure in 2015. It had been stripped by the previous owner.
The three-bedroom home has since been remodeled, including a new three-zone HVAC system, electrical, plumbing and aesthetic renovations.
Expansive windows and an open floorplan are features of the home unique to the period when it was built, Metts previously said.