Inside Rams Coach Sean McVay’s Stunning $4 Million L.A. Home

Step inside McVay’s baller six bedroom, five-and-a-half bath California pad.


Regardless of whether Sean McVay becomes the youngest NFL head coach ever to win the Super Bowl, he’ll have a sweet LA pad awaiting his return.

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The 36-year-old head coach has his history making opportunity will have the history-making opportunity at home from SoFi Stadium on Sunday, when his Los Angeles Rams (4.5-point favorites at MaximBet) take on the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.

Should the Rams win, McVay will have taken the record by mere months from Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, who set the bar way back in 2009 at Super Bowl XLIII.

He could comfortably sleep his entire offensive line in the six bedroom, five-and-a-half bath Encino home spanning 4,600 square-feet.

Located 45 minutes away from the Rams’ home turf, the property’s value has shot up from $2.71 million to $4 million since McVay purchased it in 2017, the year he was hired.

The New York Post has more details on the layout and features:

Built in 1966, the home features include an open-concept floor plan with clean lines, cerused oak floors and custom nesting doors to showcase the expansive panoramic views of the city lights at night, the previous listing notes.

The kitchen has been renovated with gourmet appliances throughout, an 8-foot-by-4-foot marble island and custom cabinetry.

A stylized floating staircase leads to the upstairs, where the luxe Californian aesthetic continues. The primary suite boasts large windows with panoramic views of the city and is joined by a large sitting area, dual walk-in closets and a soaking tub and a large shower. On the same floor is a large bonus room complete with a balcony — ideal for an in-home theater to watch films of the team.

Outdoor features include a built-in barbecue, a swimming pool and a covered patio with raised built-in seating. The home also has a sophisticated security system throughout the space, keeping any unnecessary tackles to a minimum.


Where McVay will put a potential Lombardi Trophy remains to be seen.