Being an NFL head coach has its perks, like being able to live in a multi-million dollar home.
Kliff Kingsbury showed off just how nice being the coach of the Cardinals can be ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft. Due to the pandemic, teams had to remain at home during the draft and work through various communication softwares to make their selections. As a result, we got to see how coaches in the NFL lived.
While some coaches had a pretty boring setup, others like Kingsbury showed off their wealth.
Kliff Kingsbury's house
Kingsbury owns a $4.45 million mansion in Paradise Valley, AZ. He bought it shortly after becoming the Cardinals' coach, and who can blame him for taking ownership of such a great property?
Kingsbury's house was finished in 2017 and encompasses 7,200 square feet on over an acre of land. His house has four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
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The sleek architectural designed by Ilan Pivko offers views of Camelback Mountain from every room in the back of the house. The highlight is the resort-style backyard with a pool and spa. The landscaping features palms, grassy lawns, and new plantings.
As for the interior, the listing details noted a “palatial” master suite with an “over-the-top” bath. In addition, the layout includes a large gourmet chef’s kitchen with an island and high-end appliances.
Reactions to Kliff Kingsbury's house
After the Cardinals tweeted a photo of their coach's abode, it didn't take long for people to get jealous.
Even Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was in awe.
I’m trying to have a crib like Kliff! 😂😂😂— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) April 24, 2020
However, Kingsbury admitted he spiced things up a bit for the photoshoot. While it's certainly a nice residence, the Cardinals coach made it look even better by setting things up just right. For example, the fireplace being on in the middle of an Arizona summer.
"Going into it I knew I was going to be super extra in the picture," Kingsbury told NFL Network. "I do think the fire, it was 100 degrees and sunny, was a bit much, but I laid four phones on the table because the NFL gave us a couple. All the screens, I just wanted to make it as extra as possible and it turned out good. It made for fun. The NFL only allowed us to have one person at the house or I might've had some people on the float swans in the back, or a DJ, really doing it big. There's always next year, hopefully."