CRMLS Pete Carroll's House

Pete Carroll left USC in 2010 to join the Seattle Seahawks, but he still owns at least three homes in Southern California, according to the Los Angeles Times, which reports that the coach has listed his Manhattan Beach cottage for $1.999 million.

Carroll's place, which he bought in 1999, is practically shouting distance from the ocean.

Manhattan Beach is a popular spot to live among pro athletes, particularly the Lakers and Kings, local teams with practice facilities in the neighboring town of El Segundo. Sports power couple Mia Hamm and Nomar Garciaparra are also Manhattan Beach residents.

Living Room

Pete Carroll's House

The listing touts this property as a "super cute beach cottage, move-in ready or use for immediate rental income."

Front Exterior

Pete Carroll's House

The house is listed at 1,200 square feet on a lot that's 1,359 square feet.


Pete Carroll's House

This is located on the second floor along with the second bedroom.

Breakfast Nook

Pete Carroll's House

The L.A. Times reports that Carroll paid $540,000 for the place in 1999.


Pete Carroll's House

There are two bathrooms (one on each floor).

Master Bedroom

Pete Carroll's House

This is located on the ground floor.

Easy Access To The Outside

Pete Carroll's House

The house was built in 1930.


Pete Carroll's House

There is no air conditioner as ocean breezes provide the cooling.

Street View

Pete Carroll's House

In addition to being close to the ocean, this location is also walkable to downtown Manhattan Beach.

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