If you absolutely had to guess the theme of Colin Cowherd’s new home in Los Angeles — where he’ll be working as an employee of Fox Sports 1 — what would be the first motif that came to mind? White on white? White on white on white? Tennis? White on white on white on white?
Nice try, funny guy. It’s an east coast cape revival.
*Mostly white east coast revival.
Cowherd sold his West Hartford, Connecticut, home for a shade under what he initially paid for it ($1.34 million) after selling his Florida home this spring, which drew suspicions from some in the media that a job change was imminent. Sure enough, the 12-year ESPN vet inked a deal with the network’s biggest competitor earlier this month, only to be let go a week early following controversial comments on the intelligence of Dominicans during a rant about baseball’s lack of complexity.
“I mean the Marlins put a general manager in their dug out. People freaked out. Oh, it’s baseball! You don’t think a general manager can manage? The game is too complex? Really? A third of the sport is from the Dominican Republic. [Looks at production booth] The Dominican Republic has not been known in my lifetime as having world-class academic abilities. Lots of those kids come from rough backgrounds and have not had opportunities, academically, that other kids have in other countries.”
Now he’s headed west to Manhattan Beach’s affluent Tree Section, where he’ll be living in this lovely $3.095 million, 3,700-square-foot seashell. It looks exactly how you would picture Colin Cowherd’s home. It has a wine cellar, a bunch of little nooks and, much like it’s new owner, it is not self-aware.
Photos via Neal J. Leitereg of the L.A. Times, below…