After a little over two years of ownership, it appears that Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is tired of his West Coast digs, with the Mexican professional footballer quietly unloading his trendy modern farmhouse-style mansion in Los Angeles in an off-market deal. , Soil reports. Records show that an unfamous married couple paid $6.8 million for the house, earning Hernández about $1 million more than he spent on the house in May 2020.
Tucked away on a one-acre lot in the Beverlywood neighborhood, south of Beverly Hills and adjacent to Cheviot Hills, the charcoal-colored structure was built in 2019 and features an attached two-car garage, grassy yard, and small front porch. front side. Inside, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms filter over just over 6,200 square feet of living space on two levels with creamy neutral interiors accented throughout with limestone and wide-plank hardwood floors.
Highlights include a living room with fireplace and a large formal dining room. A spacious family room has a custom entertainment center that spans an entire wall and large Fleetwood sliding doors that open onto the rear garden, while an adjacent “kosher chef’s kitchen” that opens out to an outdoor patio complete with high-end stainless steel appliances, an eat-in quartzite waterfall-edge island, pantry and breakfast area.
Upstairs, the sizable master suite rests under a vaulted ceiling and has a sitting area, black marble fireplace, private balcony and walk-in closet, plus a luxurious marble-lined bath; and outside, the grounds houses a pool and spa in addition to a pool house with an adjacent trellis and fireplace, as well as a secluded lounge area with fire pit right off the living room.
Hernández, now in his thirties, has been playing professional football since he was 18, first with CD Guadalajara and then with Manchester United. He was eventually loaned to Real Madrid before signing a permanent contract with Bayer Leverkusen and later playing for West Ham United and Sevilla. Today he is a striker for LA. Galaxy, and hopes to be called up to the Mexico National Team again.