The house was seized by prosecutors earlier this year under proceeds of crime laws.
Carroll bought it for more than £216,000 in 2008 but it had been given a guide price of just £165,000 for the auction, which described it as a "modern four bedroom detached home in one of Lennoxtown's most popular areas".
But it failed to attract any bidders. An insider said: "The room was packed but there was total silence when lot 214 was called. After about 20 seconds of silence the auctioneer withdrew the property and moved on."