Michael Vick’s sprawling Virginia house that served as home base for the dogfighting enterprise that landed him in federal prison remains on the market following yet another auction.
According to TMZ.com, “no qualified bidders showed, so it’s still available.”
The man who purchased Vick’s 4600-sq. ft. property after the suspended NFL quarterback was indicted originally wanted $1 million for the place, but after several previous auctions failed, he set the minimum bid at $590,000.
“Seven people actually turned up, but none of them had the $20,000 cashier’s check required, so they were turned away,’ TMZ reported.