A couple of years after the Los Angeles Rams selected Jared Goff as the No. 1 pick in the 2016 NFL draft, the quarterback plunked down just over $4 million for a mansion in the affluent guard-gated Hidden Hills neighborhood. Subsequently, a blockbuster trade saw Goff go to Detroit Lions in exchange for their quarterback, Matthew Stafford. So, the 27-year-old football star has unsurprisingly proceeded to lighten his SoCal property portfolio.
Records show Goff has now offloaded his contemporary ranch-style residence to a non-famous buyer for $6.4 million, as first reported by the Los Angeles Times. Though that’s around $1 million less than the nearly $7.5 million Goff originally wanted for the estate, it’s still a whopping $2.3 million more than he paid for the place over four years ago, back in May 2018. The California native still maintains a residential foothold in the area, retaining a Hermosa Beach house he bought in 2020 for $5.8 million.
Perched atop a 1.4-acre knoll, and resting on a secluded cul-de-sac, Goff’s just-sold Hidden Hills spread features a main house with four bedrooms and a matching number of baths in a little more than 5,300 square feet of mostly single-level living space. There’s also a detached 1,075-square-foot guesthouse with its own driveway and garage, plus a courtyard warmed by a fire-pit.
Built in the early 1950s, the contemporary stucco and stone-accented structure has since been extensively renovated, complete with open-concept interiors boasting vaulted wood-beam ceilings, clerestory windows and retractable glass doors throughout. Amenities include a private office and a second-story loft, plus a chipping pad and putting green.
Among the other highlights: a formal entry leading to a large living room sporting a fireplace embedded in a wood-clad wall and dining area holding court adjacent to a wet bar. An adjoining gourmet kitchen is outfitted with an eat-in island, top-tier stainless appliances and a walk-in pantry, while the master retreat is decked out with a separate fireside seating area and private patio, as well as a luxe bath equipped with dual vanities, a square-shaped soaking tub and marble shower.
Particularly standing out is the resort-like backyard, which hosts everything from a stone-lined pool and spa with a sundeck, to an expansive covered terrace with an al fresco dining area and a barbecue setup, the aforementioned golf amenities and an attached three-car garage flanked by a spacious motorcourt.
Jordan Cohen of Re/Max One handled both sides of the deal.