Rams Coach Sean McVay Will Be Living Large In The San Fernando Valley (Photos)
On January 13, the Los Angeles Rams hired former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay as the franchise’s new head coach. At the time of his hiring, the then 30-year-old was the youngest man named head coach of a team in modern NFL history. The Atlanta native has since turned 31.
McVay inked a five-year contract, amid his cross-country relocation from DC to LA.
With a long-term deal in hand, the Miami of Ohio alum recently purchased a 4,660-square-foot pad, in the San Fernando Valley city of Encino, California, for $2.71 million.
Originally constructed in 1966, the fully modernized property features six bedrooms, six bathrooms, an open concept layout with a state-of-the-art kitchen, plus a swimming pool, built-in outdoor grill, as well as additional outdoor recreational space.
Along with the home’s many on-site amenities, the property comes equipped with a spectacular view of the San Fernando Valley and surrounding mountain landscape.
The McVay abode sits 30 miles southeast of the Rams’ Thousand Oaks (CA) temporary practice facility, 21 miles northwest of the LA Coliseum (Rams’ home stadium for the next two seasons) and 17 miles north of the team’s new Inglewood home venue (scheduled to open in 2019).
Other notable past and present residents of Encino include John Wooden, Michael Jackson, Tom Petty and Ice Cube.
In the upper right and below are a series of photos showcasing the new McVay mansion, courtesy of CRISNET.