If your in Georgia and looking for a new home, look up Michael Vick’s mansion, as it’s for sale. The mansion is in in Sugerloaf Country Club in Duluth on Darlington run in Atlanta, and according to reports is worth $4.5 million. He brought the home back in 2005 for $3.7 million. It has seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, and his monthly mortgage payment was $23,206. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that the yearly tax bill on the home was $26,720. The home also has two fireplaces, a “four-plus” car garage, Cathedral ceilings, his and her closets and master bath, a “12-plus seat” dining room and hardwood floors on its 1.5 acres.
The paper says that Vick is parting with the home due to his “mounting legal woes.” The latest with Vick is that he is being ordered by the league to pay back $20 mil to the Falcons in signing bonus money that he received when he signed his last contract. On top of that, Wachovia Bank has filed a federal lawsuit against Vick, alleging that he defaulted on a $1.3 million loan for the Tasting Room, an East Point restaurant and wine store.