Rams receiver Brandin Cooks seeks $5.8 million for Hidden Hills home turf
On a scenic perch in Hidden Hills, Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks is fielding offers for his modern home. The recently renovated digs have come on the market for $5.8 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
It’ll be a short stay for the former All-American, who bought the place for $5.45 million last year a few months after being traded from the Patriots to the Rams.
Privacy is the story here, as the cul-de-sac estate sits on 2.3 acres with panoramic city views. Behind the single-story home, an entertainer’s backyard offers a redwood deck, swimming pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and fire pit.
Before Cooks bought it, the house had a 1970s vibe with generous doses of wood and brick adorning the living spaces. The remodel brought a much more contemporary feel with chic interiors that open outside through pocketing walls of glass.
Everything’s oversized in the vast open floor plan, from the chandelier-topped dining room with a wet bar to the living room with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. Farther in, the sleek kitchen tacks on two islands and splashes of marble.
Other highlights include a game room and a spacious master suite with backyard access. It’s one of four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in 4,850 square feet.
Jordan Cohen of RE/MAX One holds the listing.
A native of Stockton, Cooks was a consensus All-American at Oregon State University before being drafted by the Saints in 2014. In six NFL seasons, he’s caught 387 receptions and 35 touchdowns.
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