U.S. Soccer Coach Jurgen Klinsmann Selling $2.4M Newport Beach Home

  • Dutch Door

    Dutch Door

  • Eat In Kitchen

    Eat In Kitchen

  • French Doors Lead Out Back

    French Doors Lead Out Back

Jurgen Klinsmann's Newport Beach, CA, house might have you shouting "Goooooooooal." The German soccer superstar's charming Craftsman-style home is now on the market for $2,399,000.

The 1990 World Cup champ (as a player) has coached the men's U.S. soccer squad since 2011, and he coached his home country to the World Cup semifinals in 2006.

While the 51-year-old's leadership of the Men's National Team has sparked some controversy, we can all agree his home has lots to offer.

The 3,000-square-foot, storybook house is move-in ready. It comes with a white picket fence, a Dutch door in the front, and picturesque landscaping in this posh area of Orange County.

The light and airy remodeled home includes four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The open living and dining rooms share a cozy fireplace, and french doors lead to an outdoor patio and grassy dog run. The country-style kitchen includes updated appliances and a breakfast nook.

Klinsmann was drawn to the area to be near his wife's family, and over the years he's been spotted around town at the local cafes and picking up his two kids from school. On the field, he's hard at work assembling the U.S. squad for the 2018 World Cup.