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.