Bull Home in Springdale Kept in Razorback Family

Bull Home in Springdale Kept in Razorback Family
An aerial view of the Quarry Lane neighborhood in Tontitown. (Washington County Assessor)

There was a double Razorback connection involved in a $2.25 million home sale that closed earlier this month.

Scott Bull, who starred as quarterback for the University of Arkansas before a brief NFL career, sold his 7,373-SF home on Quarry Lane in Springdale. Bull played at Arkansas from 1972-75 and with the San Francisco 49ers from 1976-79 before going to work for Pace Industries, where he worked 41 years, including 12 as CEO.

He and his wife, Rebecca Lynn, sold the home through their RS Boston Family Trust. They purchased the lot for $175,000 in 2014 and built the home in 2018.

The home sits on nearly 5 acres, property that includes a pond and pier. The home itself has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a swimming pool, among many other amenities.

The buyers are John Charles and Karen Sue Boyce of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. In Arkansas, they are better known as the parents of Charley Boyce, former star pitcher who helped the Razorbacks reach the 2004 College World Series.

In Oklahoma, the Boyces are founders and owners of Airco, an HVAC company. Charley Boyce is the president and owner of Paschal Air, Plumbing & Electric in Springdale.