Sean McVay is as much a superstar as the team he coached through this year’s Super Bowl win. At the age of just 36, having such success in the field is a record-breaking achievement. One of the NFL’s best coaches, McVay led the Los Angeles Rams out of 12 straight years of missing the postseason and pole-vaulted them to the 2022 Super Bowl championship. Soon after the win, he rewarded himself by buying a farmhouse-style home for a little over $14 million.
Behind the guarded gates of celebrity-laden Hidden Hills in Los Angeles, the 9,000-square-foot home is on almost 1.5 acres in one of LA’s most celebrity-studded communities. Immediately struck by the feeling of space and light upon entering, the width and height of the grand contemporary foyer have sunlight cascading down from skylights with additional light from the front and back. This allows for light-toned white oak paneling and minimalist design details in the staircase and room.
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The formal rooms are bright, sunny, white, airy and spacious, giving a man the size of a football player plenty of elbow room throughout. The kitchen has huge amounts of storage hidden by a seamless wall of cabinets and opens into a large family room with a smooth matched stone fireplace and views of the terrace, lawn, trees and rolling hills.
Hosting overnight guests is not a problem considering there are six bedrooms, seven baths and a primary suite with dual walk-in closets, a fireplace, breakfast bar, soaking tub and a balcony. There is also space for a gym with a full bath and a home theater. For entertaining, there are dual wine walls and a bar. Outside is a built-in barbecue grill, infinity-edge pool, spa and a firepit.
McVay isn’t the only member of the Los Angeles Rams who scored real estate deals after the Super Bowl, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. Likely the safest place to store their big earnings, quarterback Matthew Stafford bought two homes from Canadian rapper Drake, along with several other team members who bought high-end LA homes.