Jared Goff lists LA House – DIRT


Now throwing the pigskin for the Detroit Lions, former LA Rams quarterback Jared Goff is looking to lighten his SoCal real estate load, throwing one of his two LA-area homes on the market at an amount so close to $7.5 million it might as well be $7.5 million.

Located on a sunny hill in Hidden Hills, guarded and frequented by celebrities, an hour’s drive from SoFi Stadium, the 2016 first draft pick bought the property in 2018 for just over $4 million. The resort’s 4,300 square foot main house is complemented by a separate, stand-alone 1,100 square foot guest house with its own driveway.

First reported in the LA Times and described in listings held by Jordan Cohen at Re/Max One as an “epic contemporary bespoke,” the updated 1950s California ranch house offers four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a baths, panoramic views and total privacy.

Topped with a durable, fire-resistant metal roof, the beige stucco exterior accented with beige stone gives way to a mostly single-story floor plan with vaulted wood-beamed ceilings and colored tile flooring. polished cement.

Sleek paneling surrounds the off-center fireplace in the great room living room, and a professional-grade bar in the dining room boosts the indoor entertaining quotient. A bank of glass sliders extends the living space to a spacious alfresco living and dining loggia that is complete with an outdoor fireplace and built-in grill.

The nearly 1.5 acre lot consists of a large car park and Zen-inspired entry courtyard, emerald lawns and a stone-lined swimming pool. A newly installed faux grass chipping mat has multiple greens. Set up as a sort of “men’s cave”, with a pool table and plenty of sports memorabilia, the guesthouse opens onto its own patio with a built-in fire pit.

If all goes well with the Lions, who will pay the 26-year-old caller more than $25 million a year, Goff will likely buy himself a fancy place to live in the Detroit area. But for now, he still has a home base in Southern California, a three-story, four-bedroom house about a block from the sand in Hermosa Beach, Calif., which he scavenged in in an off-market deal about two years ago for $5.8 million.


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