As the best player ever in the NBA, Michael Jordan didn’t rely on any gimmicks. But as the owner of a superlative, museum-quality home just north of Chicago, Jordan has realized that it’s going to take a little more than the typical “For Sale” sign to find the right buyer for his sumptuous residence.

After 20 months of trying to sell his 7.39-acre, 56,000-square-foot home Jordan is trying a different tactic.

On November 22, Jordan’s “Legend Point” property in Highland Park, IL will be open for bids. The sale is being handled by Concierge Auctions, with a $250,000 deposit is required for any interested party to enter the fray.

Read it at Forbes.