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: