Patrick Mahomes, quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, has recently moved into his new dream home, which he shares with his wife and two children. It will be difficult to believe that he would ever want to leave this place.
Recently, the couple has completed the construction of their ideal home on the eight-acre parcel of property that they purchased in the year 2020.
Nearly three years later, a gigantic mansion that features a lot of expensive amenities that would make even the royal family envious has been constructed on the grounds.
Mahomes added a pool, a private pond, a par-3 golf course, and a fifty-yard football field that includes a soccer net, according to an aerial photograph of the property that was provided by Front Office Sports.
In addition to being a co-owner of the Kansas City Current, his wife Brittany is also a former soccer player.
Additionally, his logo is displayed in the middle of the field, and the word “Mahomes” is written out in the endzone corner.
Cass County, Missouri is the location of the new opulent estate that the National Football League player and his family have purchased.
According to reports, the previous residence of the family, which is located in Kansas City, is currently up for sale at a price of $2.9 million.
According to Bro Bible, that house, albeit being magnificent in its own right, was not as large as their new estate. It had three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a pool, a hot tub, a wine room with a capacity of 500 bottles, a chef’s kitchen, and a wet bar.
Another property that the couple owns is a vast mansion in Westlake, Texas that is 7,800 square feet in size and was purchased by them in March of 2020 for $3.37 million.
With a view of the Vaquero golf course, the Westlake home features four bedrooms and seven bathrooms in addition to its other amenities.
The completion of Mahomes’ mansion comes five months after he became the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs and led them to victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.
Additionally, he was awarded the Most Valuable Player award for the Super Bowl for the second time in his career.
Both the NFL record for most total yards by a quarterback and the franchise record for passing yards in a season were set by the Chiefs quarterback, who threw for 5,608 yards and 5,250 yards respectively.