Report courtesy of www.wsbtv.com in Atlanta, Georgia.
SURRY, Va. -- Michael Vick has sold the Virginia house that was the headquarters of his dog fighting operation.
The Daily Press reported Friday that Todd Builders Inc. of Carrollton, Va. bought the house for $450,000.
The new owner plans to put the house up for auction on December 15.
The $450,000 price was below the home's assessed $747,000 value.
But that doesn't take into account the property's notoriety, said Kyle Hause Jr., the real estate agent who handled the sale.
"Only one person can own the most famous house in America today," Hause said. "You can ask people from coast to coast which house has the most notoriety in the country today, and it's this house."
The house at 1915 Moonlight Rd. was the home of Vick's Bad Newz kennels.
Dog fights were held at the property. Authorities found dog fighting equipment and 66 dogs when they raided the house back in April.