Football fanatics — specifically, those who are dedicated to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks (go Hogs!) — may want to take a look at the state’s priciest home.
The compound at 400-410 North Oliver Road sits directly across the street from the team’s home stadium, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium and is listed for $12 million, making it the priciest property currently listed for sale in the state, according to Dirt.
The current owners bought the property about three decades ago for $35,000 and set it up as an investment to rent out during football games. It has three structures totaling 11,320 square feet, with 18 bathrooms and 21 bedrooms.
The main house was built in 1966 and renovated in 2013. It has seven bedrooms, six baths, and two kitchens. The two other residences each have multiple kitchens, game rooms and spaces kitted out for entertaining. There’s tons of parking for tailgating and guests, a heated pool and even a treehouse.
The property appears to be something of a local institution, at least according to the listing, which calls it an “iconic game-day destination… known and loved by all.”
[Dirt] — Dennis Lynch