After accepting the position as head coach for the newly relocated L.A. team, Sean McVay got the first down with the purchase of a six bedroom, six bathroom Californian modern home in the hills of Encino, CA. The 4,660 square-foot home, originally built in 1966, features an open concept floor plan with clean lines, cerused oak floors and custom nesting doors to showcase the expansive views of the city lights at night. The kitchen has been completely renovated with gourmet appliances throughout, an 8-foot-by-4-foot marble island and custom cabinetry.
A stylized floating staircase leads to the upstairs where the luxe Californian aesthetic continues. The spacious master suite boasts large windows with panoramic views of the city and is joined by a large sitting area, dual walk-in closets and a dramatic soaking tub and large shower. Down the hall is a large bonus room complete with a balcony—ideal for an in-home theatre to watch film of the team.
Outside, there’s some major yardage that’s enhanced with a built-in barbecue, swimmer’s pool and covered patio with raised built-in seating. Most importantly, security cameras can be found throughout the home for strong safety precautions, keeping any unnecessary tackles to a minimum.
While we’re pretty sure this home purchase is a touchdown, we’ll see how McVay fares with his new team at the start of the season!