Cooper Kupp, wide receiver for the NFL team the Los Angeles Rams, is selling his Wilsonville, Oregon estate for $3.5 million. The classic, European-inspired home sits about 30 minutes outside of Portland in a sleepy countryside town. Its gables and brick hint at gothic revival architecture, while its modern construction offers every contemporary luxury.
A peek inside showed us that the NFL player's former home is the ultimate example of functional house design. The home seems the perfect reflection of Cooper Kupp's values. For instance, features in the 5,700-square-foot compound cater to Cooper's commitment to his family and his commitment to his sport. Check out the photos below to see for yourself.
The property listing, held by Forbes Global Properties, describes Cooper's former home as taking 'the ultimate family compound to the next level,' and this is certainly the case. The main house has two different living rooms: one smaller den and one larger great room, perfect for lounging, playing, and hanging out as a family.
The spacious and carefully designed kitchen opens from the great room. It has ceiling-high cabinetry with all the storage you need for a large family. The dining room includes a coffee ceiling and two shimmering chandeliers for a bit of casual glamor.
A bird's eye view of the house shows that the Kupps' former estate is complete with a guest house and a large training facility, creating the perfect space for entertaining and hosting large groups.
The training facility visible in the aerial photos is perhaps one of the most unique characteristics of the Kupp home. Cooper's indoor athletic training facility boasts over 4,600 square feet of space. It is complete with indoor turf lined with court material underneath. It includes overhead lighting and six speakers for extra-amped-up activity. Retractable basketball hoops help make the facility versatile for the next residents.
The home also includes a large, state-of-the-art home gym. It is incredible to see how Cooper Kupp has turned his passion for football and sports into such a large part of his home.
If you have a large family and love field sports, Cooper Kupp's former residence in Oregon just might be the place for you.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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