It was an excellent year for Los Angeles Rams star wide receiver Cooper Kupp. Not only did Kupp win the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year award while flirting with the single season receiving yardage record, but he also won a Super Bowl. Anyone would be happy with that kind of year. However, Kupp also made a big financial decision this NFL offseason. The Rams star decided to sell his California mansion for $5.25 million. Check out the massive home, per TMZ Sports.
The 6,893 square-foot property is located in the mountainous area of Westlake Village, CA — almost 40 miles west of downtown Los Angeles.
The pad has 5 bedrooms and 6 1/2 baths … and features an all-white kitchen, a game room, gym and library.
It’s a 6,983 square-foot property about 40 miles west of downtown Los Angeles. Kupp’s mansion features five bedrooms, a whopping 6 1/2 bathrooms, an all-white kitchen, game room, gym and library.Sounds like the kind of house one could get lost in! It’s hard to believe why Kupp would want to leave a mansion like that, though perhaps he has something even more extravagant lined up.
Wherever he chooses to reside, one can be sure that it will be in Los Angeles, as the star wideout is still under contract through 2023- and just made it to the NFL’s version of the promised land.