Detroit Lions starting quarterback Jared Goff is selling some of his California roots. reports the Los Angeles Times.
Goff’s Hidden Hills home is up for sale by Re/Max One’s Jordan Cohen for $7.5 million. See photos of Goff’s 5,369-square-foot custom home with multiple putting greens, a deckhouse leading to the backyard, and an impressive pool and spa. clicking here.
Cohen has a long list of professional athlete clients, including Pau Gasol, Elton Brand, Shaquille O’Neal, Paul Pierce, Reggie Bush, E’Shawn Robinson and Kobe Bryant. The LA Times reports that Goff moved into the 1.42-acre house in 2018. Goff’s listing also touts a detached 1,075-square-foot guest house with its own driveway, not to mention a game room, cathedral wood ceilings, covered patio, BBQ center, and “resort-quality grounds.”
Goff spent the first five seasons of his career with the Los Angeles Rams. He also attended the University of California before finishing first overall on the home state team in 2016. The two-time professional bowler was traded to the Lions with a pair of first-round picks and a third-round pick for quarterback Matthew Stafford after 2020. season.
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Last summer, Stafford’s home in Bloomfield Township was re-listed for $6.5 million, and this one is pretty cool too. This is a 7,720-square-foot home on the shores of Upper Long Lake with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, five fireplaces, a glass elevator to all three floors, an indoor semi-basketball court with a Pistons-era floor. Silverdome, 625-bottle wine cellar, hot/cold tubs, sauna, and apparently the largest infinity pool in Michigan, according to the list.
Goff’s first season in Detroit was not an easy one. He started slowly, dealt with some injuries and then upped his game for the remainder of Year 1 in those parts. The quarterback completed 67.2% of his passes for 3,245 yards with 19 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Now he’s back and comfortable in his new surroundings, and that new and improved reception room and solid offensive line won’t hurt.
Goff has practically cemented himself as Detroit’s starting quarterback in 2022. The Lions dropped a quarterback choice and even brought back Tim Boyle and David Blow as backups. Goff was asked what he liked best about the Detroit area after the season ended, and he said food, mostly in the Birmingham area, and being able to live on the lake were high on his first list.
“Of course, I feel very different. I feel the same again from year 1 to year 2 that I was talking about (that’s the biggest jump),” Goff said when asked about how he feels now compared to what it was. a year ago. “You know how to walk around the building, you know the coaches, you know the main office, you know everyone here. You can walk a little more confidently knowing your place.”