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L.A. Galaxy goalie Brian Rowe finds a new home field in Westchester

L.A. Galaxy goalie Brian Rowe finds a new home field in Westchester
L.A. Galaxy goalkeeper Brian Rowe has bought a house in Westchester for $1.275 million. (Compass | Inset: Associated Press)

Los Angeles Galaxy goalkeeper Brian Rowe has found a new spot to kick it on the Westside, buying a home in Westchester for $1.275 million.

The single-story house, built in 1954, has classic curb appeal. A brick-lined driveway leads up to the front of the house, which has shake and vertical siding along the front. Pitched trim is positioned above each of the front windows.

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Within some 1,700 square feet of interior space is a living room with a custom fireplace that opens to the dining room. The eat-in kitchen has been updated. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

A living room with a custom fireplace is among features of the updated 1950s house.
A living room with a custom fireplace is among features of the updated 1950s house. (Compass)

Glass sliding doors open to the rear, where a trellis tops a brick patio area. Lawns and landscaping fill out the lot.

The property previously sold a year ago for $1,144,500, records show.

Stephanie Younger of Compass was the listing agent. Matt Klein of the Agency represented Rowe.

Rowe, 28, enjoyed a breakout season for L.A. in 2016, starting 30 games with nine shutouts and 113 saves on goal. This year the Eugene, Ore., native was slowed by a groin injury and appeared in 14 games, including 12 starts, for the Galaxy.

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