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Patrick and Brittany Mahomes were able to move into their dream home earlier this year after three years under construction.
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Patrick and Brittany Mahomes turned a $400,000 eight-acre lot into a palatial estate fit for a king — the king of Kansas City, that is.
Patrick signed a 10-year, $450 million contract with the Kansas City Chiefs in August 2020 and used part of the money to purchase the land the following month.
“I actually decided to get the land, to get ready to build that right, when I signed my contract here in Kansas City,” the NFL star said on Netflix’s “Quarterback.” “I signed a 10-year extension … because I knew I wanted to be here.”
“So right when I did that, I was like, ‘I’m gonna be here I might as well build the exact house I want.”
The home, which was finished around February 2023, features a state-of-the-art home gym, an indoor basketball court, a massive fish tank, a movie theater and, of course, a trophy case.
The pair decided to build their own home after Patrick signed his multi-million dollar contract in 2020.
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They have their own indoor basketball court, gym and more.
They also have a massive fish tank in their living room.
Their sleek, contemporary kitchen is complete with black cabinetry, a white and gray marbled island, chrome hardware and matching state-of-the-art appliances.
Although the exact square footage of the home is unknown, aerial shots of the estate indicate that it has enough space for their family of four and plenty of guests — including BFFs Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce.
Yet that’s just the inside. The couple also installed a massive pool and hot tub, a private pond, a par-3 golf hole and a 50-yard football field, which features the Mahomes’ logo in the middle and their last name spelled out in the end zone.
The exact square footage of the estate is unknown.
Patrick, who is an avid golfer, installed a par-3 golf hole.
“Finally, we are gonna have a home that we built and has everything we could have ever dreamed of having,” Brittany said in the docuseries.
While the couple, who started dating in high school, gave fans a glimpse into the then-unfinished manor on the show, they have since shied away from showing the lavish estate online.
However, their Cass County mega-mansion isn’t their only impressive piece of property.
The pair gave fans a tour of the then-unfinished home on Netflix’s “Quarterback.”
The pair have not shown much of the home online since they moved in.
“‘I’m gonna be here I might as well build the exact house I want,’” Patrick said of his decision to build the sprawling estate.
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Patrick and Brittany, both 28, have built quite a robust real estate portfolio over the years — however, they recently sold a few of the properties, including their first Kansas City condo for around $550,000.
In January 2019, the parents of two shelled out $1.8 million for a three-bedroom, four-bathroom mansion, which they reportedly spent $400,000 renovating.
The “contemporary ranch,” which spanned over 4,300 square feet, featured a chef’s kitchen, a 500-bottle wine room, a home gym, a designated “shoe room,” a pool and hot tub and a putting green outside.
The home was under construction for three years.
They purchased the land for $400,000 in 2020.
“Finally, we are gonna have a home that we built and has everything we could have ever dreamed of having,” Brittany said on the Netflix show.
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The home proved to be the perfect place for the pair to settle down while waiting for their current home to be built. Patrick and Brittany listed the home over the summer and it sold for just under $3 million last month.
The couple also coughed up $3.37 million in March 2020 for a four-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion in their home state of Texas.
The couple have purchased four properties since Patrick entered the NFL in 2017.
However, the parents of two have since sold two of the properties.
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Before their dream digs were finished earlier this year, Patrick and Brittany would often spend the off-season at the 7,800-square-foot manor, which is described as the “entertainer’s dream.”
The contemporary home boasts soaring ceilings, a floating staircase, a wine room, a wet bar, game room and, like Patrick’s other homes, has easy access to a golf course.
While it’s unclear if the NFL player plans to sell the luxe listing, it is currently estimated to be worth over $5.5 million.