With a $47 million contract under his pig-skinning belt, Cooper Kupp can certainly afford to indulge his real estate whims. And the Los Angeles Rams wide receiver, a Washington state native and Eastern Washington grad, has done just that, shelling out $6.6 million in the span of three months for two spacious estates — one of them in the far-flung L.A. suburb of Westlake Village, the other up in the sleepy town of Wilsonville, Oregon.
The larger and more expensive house, acquired for $4.1 million, lies in a guard-gated Westlake Village community that’s notable for its number of other famous homeowners — among them Disney CEO Bob Chapek, WWE star The Miz, Heather Locklear, and YouTube superstar Trisha Paytas, who lives in a recently-purchased estate almost directly across the street from Kupp’s new home.
Built in 1992, the nearly 7,000-square-foot mansion offers Mediterranean-inspired architectural flair, though the villa’s interiors have recently undergone a generically contemporary refresh, with white paint and wide-plank oak flooring everywhere. Guests will be impressed by the long driveway and oversized motorcourt; there’s a four-car attached garage for the homeowners. Last sold in March 2020 for $3 million, the house-flipping seller — realtor Martha Azizi, who also held the listing on the property — managed to eke out a $1.1 million profit on the sale to Kupp, minus the cost of improvements and taxes. Barbara Preston of Coldwell Banker repped Kupp.
Perhaps the home’s most distinctive feature is its giant porte-cochère overhang outside the front door, which is more than vaguely reminiscent of the entryway at many upscale hotels. Double front doors open into a suitably grand foyer with dual curved staircases. Main floor spaces include a fireplace-equipped living room — currently outfitted as a clubby games room — and a formal dining room with a vaulted ceiling.