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Jax Daily Record Wednesday, Apr. 28, 202105:42 PM EST

Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer buys Jacksonville home

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His Glen Kernan Golf & Country Club neighbor is Tim Tebow.
by: Katie Garwood Staff Writer

It appears Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer has settled on a home in Jacksonville, on the same street as his former University of Florida quarterback, Tim Tebow.

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer and his wife, Shelley Jean, sold their home in Dublin, Ohio for $1.75 million.

The Shelley Jean Meyer Revocable Trust purchased a home April 16 for $2.15 million at 12450 Royal Troon Lane in the gated Glen Kernan Golf & Country Club in South Jacksonville. Urban Meyer’s wife is named Shelley Jean Meyer.

The deed was recorded April 20 with the Duval County Clerk of Courts.

The trust bought the property from Satyaprakash and Jennifer Krishnarao. 

The two-story home includes a heated pool and spa and summer kitchen.

The 5,785-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-bathroom home was built in 2007. The two-story home, with a partial third floor, features an elevator, butler’s kitchen, game room, heated pool and spa and summer kitchen. It sits on 0.72 acres.

Meyer joined the Jaguars in January after six seasons as head coach at Ohio State University. 

The Columbus Dispatch reported April 28 that the Meyers sold their home in Dublin, Ohio, for $1.75 million. According to Delaware County Auditor records, they bought it in March 2012 through Shelley Jean Meyer Trustee.

The home is in the gated Glen Kernan Golf & Country Club in South Jacksonville. (Google)

Meyer coached the University of Florida Gators from 2005-10. Tebow, who played under Meyer, bought a home at 12394 Royal Troon Lane in 2019 for $2.99 million.

In another football connection, Meyer’s Glen Kernan home previously was owned by former Jaguars quarterback David Garrard, who bought the home in 2008 and sold it in 2011 to the Krishnaraos for almost $1.85 million.

Garrard played with the Jaguars from 2002-10.

The two-story home was once owned by former Jaguars quarterback David Garrard.

 

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