Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has downsized his home in Austin, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
The Statesman reports Armstrong has purchased an Austin home owned by former Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes.
A deed filed May 29 does not list a price. The 7,200-square-foot home is on the Travis County tax rolls for $2.7 million.
Armstrong declined comment Wednesday.
The seven-time Tour de France winner has publicly admitted doping, been stripped of the titles and lost a number of sponsors.
Armstrong in early April sold his nearly 7,900-square-foot Spanish-style villa to oil-and-gas rights agent Al Koehler. Terms weren't disclosed.
Armstrong days later bought a bigger spread along Lake Austin, but by early May sold the property to businessman and race car driver Bret Curtis. That home was on the tax rolls for $4.3 million.