Michael Vick’s Surry County property, which was the center of his dog fighting case, has been sold to a developer for $450,000.
Wilbur Ray Todd Jr. of Todd Builders plans to renovate the home and auction it off on December 15. The 4,300-square-foot home had previously been assessed at $747,000.
A real estate agent who assisted in the transaction said, “Only one person can own the most famous house in America today. You can ask people from coast to coast which house has the most notoriety in the country today, and it’s this house.”
Vick bought the 15-acre property in 2001 for $34,000 and had the white-brick house built in 2003.
Source: Daily Press
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