STEPHENTOWN, N.Y. - The Stephentown house that captured national headlines after police say it was the site of a massive, destructive party was on the auction block Tuesday morning.
The Route 43 home in Rensselaer County sold at auction for $400,000 Tuesday morning by Berkshire Bank. The bank was the only bidder.
The home was owned by former NFL player Brian Holloway. He had been seeking to sell the property for $1 million.
Holloway said Tuesday he hopes "someone in the family" will buy the house back in the next 30 days.
Holloway's website includes a countdown to the auction, as well as a look at what the Route 43 property looks like now, a far cry from more than a month ago when police say thousands of dollars of damage was done when more than 200 teens broke into the home to party on Labor Day weekend.
In the weeks following, Holloway and other volunteers cleaned up the property, including some of the teens that were at the party.
So, far eight people who attended have been charged by police.