USC Head Football Coach Scores New Digs

Lane Kiffin, the head football coach at USC, just scooped up a Manhattan Beach pad for $5.5 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. Kiffin and his wife Layla's new crib features six bedrooms, seven baths, a saltwater pool and spa. Click through to take a tour of the California Craftsman home.

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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-hotprop-20120715,0,4173737.story" target="_blank">Lane Kiffin, the head football coach at USC, just scooped up a Manhattan Beach pad for $5.5 million, according to the Los Angeles Times</a>. Kiffin and his wife Layla's new crib features six bedrooms, seven baths, a saltwater pool and spa. Click through to take a tour of the California Craftsman home.
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Kiffin's Manhattan Beach spread measures over 7,300 square feet and is relatively new having been built in 2002.
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The Los Angeles Times cites Manhattan Beach as being a magnate for college and pro coaches and athletes because of its close proximity to LAX and professional training facilities. In fact, Lamar Odom and NHL player Oleg Tverdovsky have both lived in this beachside town.
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The interior of the Craftsman boasts custom murals and paint colors. Kiffin's new pad sits on close to .45 acres.
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A view of the dining room in the coach's new home. The Los Angeles Times reports that Kiffin raked in $2.4 million in 2010.
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A look at the exterior of the gated pad. The last time this home changed owners was back in 2004 when it sold for $3.707 million.
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The original owners of the property added the saltwater pool and spa.
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