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Vick sells troublesome house

SURRY, Va. — The Surry County property in Virginia belonging to Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick was put on the market and is already under contract to a buyer, according to Long & Foster real estate.

The two-story brick house on Moonlight Road, which was recently raided for narcotics and is at the center of dogfighting allegations, was put up for sale on Wednesday and found a buyer the same day, Long & Foster agent John Brooks said.

Vick had asked $350,000 for the property. It is assessed at $747,000. Brooks would not provide the final sale price for the house.

Last month, police raided the house as part of a narcotics investigation and found 66 pit bull terriers and beagles, some of which were heavily scarred.


Vick does not live at the house and has attempted to distance himself from the allegations. It’s the home of his cousin, Davon Boddie.

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