Inside Sean McVay’s Super Bowl-sized LA mansion
Sean McVay is as much of a superstar as the team he coached to this year’s Super Bowl victory. At just 36 years old, to have such success on the pitch is a record feat. One of the NFL’s best coaches, McVay led the Los Angeles Rams for 12 straight years to miss the playoffs and vaulted them to the 2022 Super Bowl championship. Shortly after the win, he rewarded himself by buying a farmhouse-style home for just over $14 million.
Behind the guarded gates of Hidden Hills in Los Angeles, the 9,000 square foot home sits on nearly 1.5 acres in one of Los Angeles’ most famous communities. Immediately struck by the feeling of space and light upon entry, the width and height of the large contemporary foyer has sunlight cascading from the skylights with additional light from the front and back. back. This allows for light toned white oak panels and minimalist design details in the staircase and room.
Formal rooms are bright, sunny, white, airy and spacious, giving a man the size of a football player plenty of elbow room. The kitchen has huge amounts of storage hidden by a wall of seamless cabinetry and opens to a large family room with a smooth stone fireplace and views of the patio, lawn, trees and hills.
Hosting overnight guests is no problem as there are six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a master suite with two walk-in closets, fireplace, breakfast bar, soaking tub and balcony. . There is also space for a gym with a full bathroom and a home theater. For entertainment, there are two wine walls and a bar. Outside, a built-in barbecue, an infinity pool, a spa and a fireplace.
McVay isn’t the only Los Angeles Rams member to sign real estate deals after the Super Bowl, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. Probably the safest place to store their big winnings, quarterback Matthew Stafford bought two homes from Canadian rapper Drake, along with several other team members who bought high-end homes in Los Angeles.