Rams Head Coach Purchases Home in Hidden Hills
As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Rams players are spending the spring making moves off the field. Like many players on his team, head coach Sean McVay has celebrated their win by purchasing a new home. In typical farmhouse style, the floor plan pairs vast, open spaces with luxury materials such as oak floors, iron windows, and slabs of stone on the fireplaces and kitchen island. Sold by Compass agent Tomer Fridman, sky-lit ceilings brighten a two-story entry, which ascends to the top level via floating staircase.
Six bedrooms and seven bathrooms are spread across two stories, and other highlights include a movie theater, gym, wet bar, and widened hallway lined with wine storage. The primary suite expands to a private deck, which overlooks a grassy backyard with a cabana, fire pit, and infinity pool. A 900-square-foot four-car garage completes the property. Read the full article about the 9,000-square-foot mansion and its sale fresh off a Super Bowl victory at the LA Times.