House Of The Day : Check Out The Gym, Party Deck, And Girly Furniture In Jamie Dimon's Chicago Mansion

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JPMorgan’s CEO is having a hard time selling his eight-bedroom Chicago house.He bought the property back in 2000 for $4.68 million. Then, a few years ago, he put it on the market at the selling price of $13.5 million. It keeps making news because the darn thing just won’t sell!

Now the price is already down to $9.5 million, according to Luxist.

Hopefully, this pictures will convince someone to buy this baby already. It’s gorgeous.

Majestic, isn't it?

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The house was built in 1870

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There's definitely enough space for business dinners in here

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The house has four stories - that's a lot of steps

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Here's a cosy place to light up a cigar

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Everything is built for the bustling life of a businessman. Maybe some of JD's favourite books are in here?

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The symmetry here is great

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Where's the waffle maker...

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As mentioned before - lots of steps

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Is that 4 sinks? What are all the sinks there for?

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There are eight bedrooms and a master suite

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A pink couch? Dimon you dog! Way to please the lady.

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That painting is priceless. All business.

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There's a pro punching bag, a skylight, and signed t-shirts/autographs in here. The man is hooked up!

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A leopard print chair? Dimon 100% let the wife make the design decisions

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The best part of the house: a 900-square-foot rooftop terrace

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Party with a view

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