LA Rams Head Coach Picks Up a Hidden Hills Contemporary Farmhouse for $14M

The head coach of the Los Angeles Rams has a new home base in his team’s city. Sean McVay, who guided his team to their Super Bowl win earlier this year, just scooped up a contemporary farmhouse designed by Jae Omar, whose homes have also been picked up by stars like Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner. Set on 1.4 acres in Hidden Hills, the brand new build stands a sturdy monument to McVay and his vast recent success and cost him a clean $14,005,000.

McVay isn’t the only NFL heavy hitter to set up shop in the pristine neighborhood as of late—just next door lives Robert Woods, who bought his property from Brandin Cooks, while Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford picked up two properties from Drake, according to Dirt.com. Countless Kardashians, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, and Sylvester Stallone are also known to keep homes in the San Fernando Valley enclave.

McVay’s spread spans 9,000 square feet, with 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms within. Omar and Gispin instilled the property with a sense of scale and airiness, on display from the double-height entrance to the artisan chef’s kitchen. Private spaces also hold a striking style for living large. Dual walk-in closets, vaulted ceilings, and a balcony await in the primary suite.

Originally seeking $15.5 million, McVay seems to have played it just right to get a discount on this deal. Tomer Fridman of Compass handled the listing.