Lane Kiffin is officially moving on from Southern California.
Lane and his wife, Layla, have listed their Manhattan Beach mansion on sale for $6.995 million.
Kiffin was fired by USC in late September after a loss at Arizona State, but don’t feel too badly for him — he bought the home for $5.5 million last year, so his family stands to make some money off the deal.
There was some confusion over whether Kiffin would owe USC money for the home because the school loaned him $500k for the purchase last year. Some said that story was overblown and not an issue.
Kiffin’s home is 7,308 square feet and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Most of it is unused considering up until being fired, Lane used to sleep in his office most of the week.
You can read the full summary of the listing below and see some more photos:
Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, on a gated estate sized 19,246 s. f. this 6 bedroom, 7 bath home is reminiscent of the estates you see around Jackson Hole in its seclusion and grandeur and is certainly one of the most unique properties in Manhattan Beach. Built by Nick Schaar in 2002, this home has been lovingly updated and has a world class back yard that features a large salt water pool and spa, fire pit, guest house, outdoor kitchen, large gated dog run and grounds with mature landscaping. You are greeted at the doorway by soaring ceilings that continue through an enormous living room that is highlighted by a magnificent stone fireplace that climbs 20′ plus to the vaulted ceiling. Great country kitchen with state of the art commercial grade appliances, large center island with slab cutting board counter and spacious breakfast nook overlooking the yard. Perhaps the largest family room in Manhattan Beach becomes the perfect space for family entertainment. Huge Master Suite features large bedroom with sitting area, spacious master closet, gracious master bath with steam shower and secondary walk in closet currently functions as additional laundry area and was previously a spa room. Spacious three car garage that opens to an enormous gated driveway.
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