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LA Kings' Head Coach Todd McLellan Buys New Manhattan Beach Home

Sep 26, 2019 12:24PM ● By Liz Spear
Manhattan Beach continues to be a city of choice for Los Angeles Kings hockey players and coaches. According to the Los Angeles Times, the team's new head coach Todd McLellan has purchased a brand new residence for close to $7 million.

Research by indicates the newly built home is located in the city's prestigious Hill Section. Longtime MB real estate agents John Chuka and Kerry Dawson of NW Real Estate Brokers presented the home. Renowned local architect Doug Leach designed the home, which was built by Ken Johnson Development. 

The previous home on the property was built in 1960 and measured under 2,000-square-feet of interior living space. The newly constructed residence offers six bedrooms, five full and two half baths in nearly 6,500 interior square feet.

In 2014, the majority of Kings players lived in the Beach Cities of MB and Hermosa Beach, Dustin Brown, head coach Darryl Sutter, and general manager Dean Lombardi among them.

Sutter and his son were frequently seen in downtown MB and attended events like one held at Tabula Rasa Essentials. Brown was seen at a downtown barber/hair stylist after the Kings won the Stanley Cup in 2014. The Stanley Cup made a special appearance at The Strand House after the Kings paraded it through Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, and MB so fans could join in the celebration.

McLellan signed a 5-year contract with the Kings earlier this year.

Related: Los Angeles Lakers Coach Frank Vogel Buys Brand New Manhattan Beach Residence

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