Patrick Mahomes’ House: A Look at the Chiefs QB’s Massive Missouri Property

Patrick Mahomes bought an eight-acre plot of land in 2020, and work began on his dream home. Earlier in 2023, his home was finished. What does it look like?

The Kansas City Chiefs are once again one of the best teams in the NFL and perennial playoff contenders. Leading the charge for Kansas City is quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the face of the franchise. Thanks to the QB’s otherworldly play, back in 2020, the organization gave Mahomes a massive contract extension worth $450 million over 10 years.

That new contract got put to work quickly. Mahomes bought an eight-acre plot of land back in 2020, and work soon began on his dream home.

Earlier in 2023, construction on his home was completed.

Patrick Mahomes’ Massive Missouri Mansion

It took nearly three years, but Mahomes’ home features everything he wants. He bought the plot of land near Belton, Missouri, for $400,000. The home includes a pool, a par 3 golf hole, a custom football field, a private pond, a fountain, and it’s part of a luxury gated community.

“When you grow up, you want to have the big house, the basketball goal, and the football field and all that different type of stuff,” Mahomes said in the Netflix documentary Quarterback. “I got everything you need, and then the golf hole (is) gonna be a big hit. All I know is if you miss right, it’s going in the water 1000%.”

Mahomes and his wife, Brittany, also own a 7,800-square-foot mansion in Westlake, Texas. They purchased that home in 2020 for $3.37 million. He put his previous home in Kansas City on the market for $2.9 million.

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His old home had three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a pool, a hot tub, a 500-bottle wine room, a chef’s kitchen, and a wet bar, according to Bro Bible. His Westlake home, on the other hand, includes four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

Mahomes is able to afford all of this thanks to his 10-year contract extension worth a total of $503 million. He also signed a four-year, $16,425,786 rookie contract when he was drafted. Additionally, he owns portions of the Kansas City Royals, Sporting KC, and the KC Current — which is partly owned by Brittany as well.

Mahomes was quite candid when it came to his new home and why he decided to buy the land in the Netflix documentary.

“I actually decided to get the land to get ready to build that right when I signed my contract here in Kansas City,” Mahomes said in the show.

“I signed a 10-year extension, so really a 12-year contract, because I knew I wanted to be here. I knew I wanted to be in this organization. So right when I did that, I was like, ‘Man, I’m gonna be here. I might as well build the exact house I want.'”

Mahomes’ mansion finished up just five months after the Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. Mahomes won MVP honors in that game. This was Mahomes’ second Super Bowl victory and second Super Bowl MVP.

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