New York (CNN) -- Veteran Rep. Charles Rangel has sold his villa in the Dominican Republic that was the focus of a House ethics investigation.
The home in Punta Cana, which Rangel purchased in 1987 but failed to pay taxes on for 17 years, was sold for somewhere between $250,000 and $500,000, according to his personal financial disclosure report, which was released Wednesday.
The house was sold in December 2010, the report said.
A House ethics subcommittee found the 20-term Harlem Democrat guilty on 11 counts of violating House rules during that same month.
They included failure to pay taxes, misuse of a rent-controlled apartment for political purposes and improper use of government mail service and letterhead.
The former chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee was cleared of a charge relating to an alleged violation of the House gift ban.
The House of Representatives later censured Rangel in a 333-79 vote, which required him to stand in the well of the House as a formal censure resolution was read aloud by former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California.
Rangel, who is a senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus, became the 23rd House member in history to be censured. Nine others have been reprimanded.