Rams COO buys Cheviot Hills estate for $4.2M

Kevin Demoff invests in coveted West LA nabe

Mar.March 24, 2017 05:00 PM
3139 Barbydell Drive (Redfin) and Kevin Demoff (Los Angeles Rams)

Kevin Demoff, COO of the Los Angeles Rams, seems to be settling into the teams’ relocation.

He bought a home in West L.A.’s quaint Cheviot Hills neighborhood last week for $4.15 million, property records show. The sellers, Jane and Robert Skibinski, had the traditional home rebuilt last year.

The six-bedroom estate has a two-story foyer; a master suite with a private balcony; a reading nook at the top of a staircase; and 5.5 bathrooms, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The property sold a touch below its asking price of $4.4 million. Rory Posin and Kristian Bonk of RE/MAX Estate Properties were the listing agents. Josie Benjamin of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented Demoff. [LAT] Hannah Miet

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