SURRY, Va. – The house that was the headquarters for Michael Vick's dogfighting operation is on the auction block again.
Motley's Auction and Realty Group is handling the sale of the five-bedroom house in Surry County. The company's Web site says the bidding Friday will start at $590,000.
Developer Wilbur Ray Todd Jr. bought the house from Vick for $450,000.
At an auction last December, he rejected a bid of $747,000, which is the assessed value of the property for tax purposes. The house was put on the market but remained unsold.
Vick, the 28-year-old suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback, is serving a 23-month sentence for a dogfighting conspiracy.