Less than two years into his professional career and right before he led the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years—and his first Super Bowl win—Mahomes upgraded his home to a $1.8 million mansion located 20 minutes from Arrowhead Stadium by car. Set on 1.4 acres of land in a Kansas City suburb, the 4,300-square-foot three-bedroom, four-bathroom abode has all the trappings of a luxury home, and then some. Mahomes and his then girlfriend (now wife) renovated the 1953 build, which currently has an open floor plan with a modern eat-in kitchen that flows into a family room featuring a fireplace. There’s also a wet bar, a 500-bottle wine room, office space, a sun porch, patio, a pool with a spa, a rose garden, an expansive lawn, and even a miniature putting green. The manse also comes with an unusually large 1,250-square-foot main bedroom. There’s a fireplace in it, but the real highlight is the shoe room. “That has been something that I’ve wanted for the last six, seven years at least,” Mahomes told Bleacher Report in a video unveiling of the room. At the time, Mahomes (who has a menswear collection with Adidas) owned 180 pairs of shoes, so the couple transformed a section of the massive room into a boutique-style closet just for the sneakerhead’s footwear and sunglasses. The couple listed the property for $2.9 million this past summer.
In September of 2020, Mahomes bought a vacant eight-acre parcel of land in Belton, Missouri, a town about half an hour’s drive from Kansas City. The property was listed at $400,000, but records do not show the final price paid by Mahomes. This summer, the father of two moved his family into a completed compound built from the ground up on the previously vacant land. The square footage of the mansion built on the property is not yet known, but aerial shots show that it’s a large rambling residence. On the grounds, Mahomes chose to add a pool, a pond, a 50-yard football field (with a soccer net included for his wife who owns the Kansas City Current, a soccer team), and a par-three golf hole where he’ll most likely practice for the celeb golf tournaments in which he participates during the off-season.