Anyone have an extra couple million bucks stashed away for a rainy day? If so, let’s break it out of hiding and buy Bret Bielema’s Arkansas mansion. It’ll be fun, we promise.
Listed at the eye-popping price of $1,975,000, somehow this 6,309 square foot home doesn’t even seem overprice. The Bielemas lived well during their time in Fayetteville, that’s for sure.
The listed for the house at 4903 E Maywood Rd. popped up on Realtor.com earlier this week as the former Razorbacks football coach may be looking to move on from Northwest Arkansas after being fired following the 2017 football season.
Here’s a look at the listing real estate agent’s description of the Bielema home, which was built in 2011.
Magnificent two level European style Estate on 2 acres in Bridgewater. Beautiful details and spacious living in one of Fayetteville’s finest homes. This outstanding 6309 square foot Manor features a circular drive with 5 garages, 2 fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, gourmet kitchen, wet bar, exercise room, heated saltwater pool, family inspired outdoor kitchen, landscaping and many more amenities!
We have to be honest: This house is beautiful in almost every way. Props to Bret and Jen for having great taste in housing.
The first of 27 pictures for the listing shows some real curb appeal, and it only gets better on the inside.
Here’s a 2013 Instagram video from Jen Bielema showing off the view from the back of the house during a snowy holiday season in Fayetteville.
As for the Bielema’s next destination, that part of the journey should be interesting. Bret was recently spotted at Alabama’s Pro Day lending a helping hand to New England coach Bill Belichick.
The Razorbacks Foundation reached a buyout agreement with Bielema in January, agreeing to shell out $11.935 million to be paid thru 2020.
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