Jared Goff asks $7.5 million for Hidden Hills compound

NFL star Jared Goff, who spent five seasons with the Rams before being traded to the Detroit Lions last year, has listed his Hidden Hills home for $7.5 million.

Records show the California native has owned the property since 2018. He made several additions during his stay, adding a putting green with an upstairs pad to the backyard. full of leaves.

Covering 1.4 acres, the contemporary-style complex makes the most of space with a 5,000-square-foot main house, 1,100-square-foot guesthouse, and large courtyard overlooking the pool and custom spa. .

Accessed by a garden courtyard filled with plants and colorful artwork, the farmhouse spans one floor but feels more like, as the ceilings tower above an open plan floor plan. Warm wooden accents, wooden windows and doors.

One side of the space combines the living room and dining area with chandeliers, and the other side adds a modern kitchen with a central island. Other highlights include an office and bonus room.

At the back, a covered courtyard with a fireplace and multiple lounges offers sweeping views of the surrounding hills.

RE/MAX One’s Jordan Cohen holds the list.

Goff, 27, played college ball at the University of California before being drafted by the Rams with his first overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. He’s played two Pro Bowls since then and hit 126 touchdowns. for six seasons, including 19 times last year with the Lions.

https://www.latimes.com/business/real-estate/story/2022-06-13/jared-goff-asks-7-5-million-for-hidden-hills-compound Jared Goff asks $7.5 million for Hidden Hills compound

Edmund DeMarche

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