USC coach Lincoln Riley has paid $17.2 million for a house in . . . wait for it . . . Palos Verdes.
Riley purchased the “Roessler Estate” named after the first mayor of Palos Verdes, Fred Roessler. It’s not far from Palos Verdes Intermediate School (half a mile to be exact).
You knew Riley was going to be part of the USC South Bay Mafia. The only question was whether he would move to Manhattan Beach or Palos Verdes.
Riley is the third straight USC coach to live in Palos Verdes.
The original price of the house was $19.5 million. The house sits on 3.17 acres with seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and more than 13,000 square feet of living space.