Michael Vick's new waterfront pad seems to be only a steppingstone to a new 7-bedroom house on a ritzy new street in the city's Northwest.
The Andorra/Roxborough crowd insists that he's bought or is renting a $1.3 million house in Andorra.
The house's price squares with a real estate listing, but it raises this question: Why would anyone with a one-year, $1.6 million contract buy property in a new city? And might his bankruptcy filing affect his ability to buy?
The description, incidentally, talks about 4.5 bathrooms. Nothing about an Invisible Fence.
"There are no offers on the table," said Rana Bakhtiari, the Realtor who has the listing. "There's been a lot of interest."