First Jamie Dimon’s Chicago mansion went on the market for $13.5 million, then it got down to $9.5 million, and now, it’s half off, $6.95 million.Sad for Dimon. But the best part about his mansion isn’t the reduced price, it’s what’s inside:
- nine full baths
- two half baths
- a master suite that takes up the entire second floor
- a great room/media room
- a wine vault
- a gym
- a roof terrace
- AND a two-bedroom staff quarters with a separate entrance
There are more, but here are two reasons this place probably hasn’t sold yet: because the headless painting of Jamie is (most likely) not included. And (assuming that owning the boss’s house is something that would incentivise most homebuyers), because it’s overpriced. Dimon paid $4.68 million for the mansion in 2000. None of his employees have bought it yet because they probably know they’d be paying too much.
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