In addition to looking for work, Kiffin faces the possibility that USC can ask him for $500,000 back that the school gave toward the purchase of his Manhattan Beach home. Perhaps that’s why Kiffin put the house on the market this week.
Get this: though Kiffin paid $5.5 million for the home in 2012, he’s listing it at $6.995 million. Nice return, bro. The So. Cal real estate market must be on fire!
If you can afford the hefty price tag, you’ll get the following features (but you won’t get Layla Kiffin, the pillows made from USC jerseys on the bed or unfettered access to the USC Song Girls.)
Highlights of Lane Kiffin’s Manhattan Beach House: