Retired Bronco Ryan Clady lands a modern farmhouse in Manhattan Beach
NFL veteran Ryan Clady, who retired in 2016, just made a splash in Manhattan Beach. The Pro Bowl offensive lineman paid the full asking price of $4.25 million for a modern farmhouse about a mile from the ocean, records show.
Custom-built in 2019, the two-story home features a 5,000-square-foot floor plan that resembles an art gallery with white walls, clean lines and high ceilings.
A few surprises are sprinkled throughout as well; there’s a library with a ladder in the living room, a writer’s nook in the loft, dual wine coolers and a dog spa. Reclaimed wood also pops up, covering the kitchen island and a wall in the 500-square-foot master suite. One of six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, the expansive master bedroom also has a tile fireplace, sky-lighted bathroom and private balcony.
Through pocketing doors, the interior opens to a covered patio with a fireplace of its own. Past that, fences surround a flat swath of lawn.
Richard Mulder of Keller Williams Pacific Estate held the listing. Yawar Charlie of Compass represented the buyer.
Clady, 32, spent the majority of his nine-year career with the Broncos, with whom he won a Super Bowl in 2016. The Long Beach native was selected for four Pro Bowls in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2014.
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