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BREAKING NEWS — David Cassidy’s Fort Lauderdale Home Auctioned Off For a Song!

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BREAKING NEWS — David Cassidy’s Fort Lauderdale Home Auctioned Off For a Song!

For the right buyer of his Fort Lauderdale house, David Cassidy might even throw in the piano! (MLS photo)

Yep, David Cassidy’s piano and the rest of the furniture were a part of today’s sale! (MLS photo)

FORT LAUDERDALE — Four bidders who had to prove they had $3 million cash in the bank battled for about 30 minutes in a bankruptcy court auction today in Fort Lauderdale to buy the house of 1970s pop icon David Cassidy.

In the end, the lucky buyer got the crib for $1,855,000!

Furnished.

The buyer’s identity won’t be released until a federal judge approves the sale. The hearing is scheduled for next week in Fort Lauderdale.

But if the judge gives the go-ahead, the lucky stiff will be able to brag he got the place for a, well, song.

The 6,400-square-foot house was appraised by Broward County authorities at about $2 million.

David Cassidy

David Cassidy, cleaning up a financial mess with the sale of assets, including his Fort Lauderdale house! (Splash News photo)

The auction was ordered as part of the bankruptcy of the 65-year-old singer of I Think I Love You.

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Early last year, the single family property on the east side of A1A — a rarity in Broward County — was listed for $3.9 million.

Then it went down to $3.2 million.

Make an offer! David Cassidy's house must go! (MLS photo)

Make an offer: David Cassidy’s house sold today in an auction for $1.8 million (MLS photo)

Meanwhile, a divorce and the mismanagement of his personal fortune caught up with Cassidy, who also lost a downtown Fort Lauderdale investment condo to foreclosure in 2013.

So, the star of the 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family said he’d entertain any serious offer.

Not a peep.

David Cassidy had a new chef's kitchen installed in his Fort Lauderdale house, now for sale for $3.2 million or best offer (MLS photo)

David Cassidy had a new chef’s kitchen installed in his Fort Lauderdale house, which sold today in a bankruptcy auction for $1.8 million (MLS photo)

Cassidy bought the house in 2002 for $1.1 million.

“The winner has 20 days from Sept. 16 to come up with the money,” said auctioneer Lamar Fisher, who also happens to be the mayor of Pompano Beach. “And I know that whoever wins will bring the cash because it’s a great property.”

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