Home owned by Chris Beard’s company in Austin neighborhood is up for sale

Chris Beard’s company

Chris Beard’s company: Chris Beard, a former men’s basketball coach for the Texas Longhorns, is listing his house for sale.

Austin real estate agency Moreland Properties has the listing for 1901 Vista Lane in the Tarrytown community. According to Travis County tax records, Baseline Group LLC. The name of Beard’s business that the university mentioned in his contract, is the home’s owner. The alleged assault that prompted Beard’s arrest on December 12 allegedly occurred. At the same residence as is listed in the Austin Police Department arrest affidavit. Beard will appear in Travis County Court on February 2 for a hearing about a charge of assault by strangulation and family violence.

Chris Beard’s company: The house was a pending sale for $4.99 million on October 4, 2021, according to Zillow listings. Tax documents show that the deed was transferred to Beard’s firm 15 days later, on October 15, when the house’s listing price of $4.95 million was set.


The house is on.2788 acres of land and contains four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a pool, an outdoor kitchen, and other features. The house was constructed in 2012 and has 4,088 square feet. According to Moreland’s listing, the house went on the market on January 26.

The director of athletics for Texas

Beard lost his position as head coach on January 5 after the university placed him on paid leave “until further notice” following his arrest. Chris Del Conte, the director of athletics for Texas, remarked at the time, “We’ve been actively working through this difficult situation.”

After Beard was fired, his lawyer Perry Minton issued a statement in which he claimed that Beard had been “crushed” and “devastated” by the news.

Minton’s statement quoted the university as saying, “At the commencement of Coach Beard’s suspension.” The University pledged they would undertake an independent investigation surrounding the claims and make a decision regarding his employment only after they had done so. Without posing a single question to Coach Beard or his fiance, they went ahead and fired him. The university, according to Minton, “violated their agreement with the coach,” he continued.


During Beard’s suspension and after his dismissal, associate head coach Rodney Terry served as the temporary head coach. The Longhorns are 10-3 under Terry.

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