Rams Will Make Draft Picks from Luxury of Hollywood Hills Mansion

    • The 14,000-square-foot home in the Bird Streets neighborhood is $9,500 per night to rent.
    • Amenities include a pool, patio, library, skate ramp, game room, fire pit, and golf simulator.

Last year, the Rams made their NFL Draft selections from a “Draft House” headquartered in a Malibu mansion.

Los Angeles GM Les Snead and coach Sean McVay will once again be setting up shop from the lap of luxury for next Thursday — this time in a home in the Hollywood Hills.

The ’22 “Draft House,” which is sponsored by Rocket Mortgage, has six bedrooms and 14,000 square feet of living space. 

It features a pool, patio, library, skate ramp, game room, fire pit, and golf simulator, among other high-end amenities.

It also offers a view of Los Angeles from the Bird Streets neighborhood, where celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Jodie Foster, Jennifer Aniston, Christina Aguilera, and Keanu Reeves either currently or once lived.

The cost to rent the house — once the Rams vacate it, of course — is advertised online at $9,500 per night.

Snead and McVay will have plenty of time to enjoy their surroundings in the draft’s early going as the defending Super Bowl champions’ eight picks are all scheduled in the third through seventh round.