The brand new head coach of the College of Southern California Trojans has touched down in an enormous new oceanfront mansion.
Lincoln Riley, set to develop into the very best paid faculty soccer coach within the nation this season, spent $17.2 million — $2.4 million beneath asking value — for the Los Angeles County dwelling within the metropolis of Palos Verdes Estates, after leaving his function as head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners, in response to Grime. Riley is presently within the technique of promoting two mansions within the Sooner State, regardless of preliminary rumors that USC deliberate to purchase each properties as a part of a hiring deal.
Riley’s new mansion is replete with facilities together with a five-car storage, tennis courtroom, film theatre, 600-bottle wine room, sauna, steam room and an out of doors kitchen.
The property sits on three acres of Pacific shoreline, with the home itself made up of seven bedrooms and 12 bogs unfold throughout two flooring. The house is formally named the Roessler Property and was constructed within the Spanish Revival type within the 1920’s for businessman Donald Lawyer and underwent in depth renovations in the course of the 2000’s.
USC Head Coach Lincoln Riley dropped $17.2 million on his new oceanfront property in Los Angeles 🏠
➖ 13,000 sq ft, 7 BR, 12 BA
➖ 5-car storage
➖ 7 fireplaces
➖ Movie show
➖ Tennis courtroom
➖ Placing inexperienced
➖ Sauna, steam room
➖ 600-bottle wine room
➖ Guesthouse pic.twitter.com/Mres3FtZ6V
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Photographs of the lavish property drew consideration from sports activities followers on-line, a few of whom posed questions concerning the salaries of different USC workers, in comparison with the $110 million deal Riley was reported to have made with the college.
“What does the top of the engineering division make?” one person tweeted.