Chad Morris' Fayetteville mansion hits real estate market
Less than two weeks after receiving the pink slip from Arkansas, former Razorbacks coach Chad Morris has placed his house in Fayetteville on the real estate market.
Morris’ 3-acre estate is listed at $3.79 million. According to Washington County property records acquired by TalkBusiness.net, Morris paid $3.8 million for the property in May 2018.
The residence, which is east of Fayetteville, includes eight total bedrooms, bluestone patios, a swimming pool, hot tub, gas fire pit, lighted sport court and infrared recessed heaters.
One of the eight bedrooms is in a 1,975-square-foot guest residence. The main residence is listed at 11,616 square feet.
Arkansas fired Morris on Nov. 10 following a 45-19 loss to Western Kentucky and a 2-8 start to the season. Morris went 4-18 as Razorbacks head coach and didn’t win an SEC game.
From 2015-17, Morris coached SMU to a 14-23 record. He owns an 18-41 overall record as a college football head coach.
Arkansas paid Morris approximately $10 million for his contract buyout. With that buyout, Morris probably isn’t worried his mansion is listed at a little less than what he paid for just 18 months ago.
Check out some pictures of the house below, courtesy of the listing on Zillow.com: