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USC coach Lincoln Riley is buying a $17 million oceanfront property in LA

This former Oklahoma football coach has carved out a Californian dream.

New USC Trojans head coach Lincoln Riley has just tackled an extravagant Los Angeles County mansion in the city of Palos Verdes Estates.

The 38-year-old who should be highest paid college football coach of the season, bought the 13,000-square-foot oceanfront property for $17.2 million ⁠ – $2.4 million below asking price ⁠ – Dirt reported firstbased on ownership records.

That’s quite a touchdown, but it’s still nothing compared to the $110 million long-term deal USC reportedly gave him in November.

In addition to its sprawling square feet sprawling over three cliff-top shoreline acres, the home also boasts a host of decadent amenities.

Lincoln Riley La Mansion
Lincoln Riley attends the game between the USC Trojans and the Long Beach State 49ers at the Galen Center on December 12, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
Jayne Kamin-Oncea

There is a five car garage, elevator, seven fireplaces, movie theater, tennis court, five car garage, putting green, sauna, steam room, 600 bottle wine bar and a separate 8,000 square foot guest house. The landscaped gardens include a multi-tiered fountain, courtyard, pool and outdoor kitchen with built-in BBQ.

The main house on the site, officially called the Roessler Estate, is built in the Spanish Revival style. It was built for local sales manager Donald Lawyer in the 1920s before undergoing a major renovation and expansion in the early 2000s. It was once the home of the city’s first mayor, Fred Roessler.

Lincoln Riley La Mansion
New USC football head coach Lincoln Riley (C) poses with USC Board of Trustees Chairman Rick Caruso (L), University President Carol L. Folt and Athletic Director Mike Bohn (R) during a news conference at the 1923 club Angeles Coliseum on November 29, 2021.
Kevork Djansezian

It offers seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms on two floors connected by a wrought iron staircase.

Chris Adlam of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing and Allie Joel Riley of Compass represented Riley.

Meanwhile, Riley is in the process of selling the second of his two former homes in Norman, Oklahoma, with one off the market and the others listed for $1.99 million.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/11/usc-coach-lincoln-riley-buys-17m-la-oceanfront-estate/ USC coach Lincoln Riley is buying a $17 million oceanfront property in LA

JOE HERNANDEZ

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