Sorry ladies, no more Petrino rides toward the Beaver
First it was the volleyball playing blonde off the back of his motorcycle, then it was his career, then it was the motorcycle itself, now it’s real estate that Bobby Petrino seems to be dumping with a quickness. The NWA Business Journal is reporting that the Petrinos have sold their $600,000 lake house to a Wal-Mart executive (everyone in Northwest Arkansas qualifies as a Wal-Mart executive I think).
Former Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino has sold his home on Beaver Lake for $600,000.
According to a warranty deed filed Tuesday at the Benton County Courthouse, Duncan MacNaughton, chief merchandising officer for Wal-Mart U.S., and his wife, Cynthia, are the new owners of the lakefront property in eastern Benton County.
Petrino and his wife, Becky, bought the 2,532-SF home and 2.91 acres on Cedar Forest Drive in Garfield for $600,000 in June 2008, the summer before his first season coaching the Razorbacks.
The sellers were William and Lisa McCullough. That purchase was tied to a 30-year mortgage worth $480,000 held by Signature Bank of Arkansas.
The home sits on a 1.07-acre lot and includes two extra lots as well as a private boat dock with four slips.
It didn’t take long for the former coach to get out from under the property.
That’s odd, Bobby Petrino doesn’t strike me as the type of guy who would just go around liquidating things associated with beaver so quickly.