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Inside Patrick Mahomes’ $1.8M house in Kansas City

For Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, this Kansas City ranch house is “Ma-home.” 

The 25-year-old, who is leading the Chiefs to Super Bowl 2021 this weekend, lives in a $1.75 million house in Kansas City, Missouri, on the border of Kansas.

The three-bedroom, 2½-bath house is relatively modest, at only 4,343 square feet on a 1.4-acre lot, according to Realtor.com. 

The NFL player’s house incorporates modern block architecture into a typical clapboard-siding ranch house.

An inside house tour reveals hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows, which create an airy aesthetic.

Stone fireplaces are featured in the family room, living room and the owner’s bedroom, the latter measuring 1,250 square feet with a walk-in closet and a gym. There is a 500-bottle wine room, a chef’s kitchen and a wet bar, according to Zillow. 

Patrick Mahomes, who led the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory last year, bought the house for somewhere near $2 million in February 2019. Realtor.com/Getty

Outside, the home has a screened porch, a patio, a pool, a new hot tub, a rose garden and terraced, landscaped grounds, according to the listing.

Built in 1953, this house has had about a half-million dollars in updates, according to property records, although the dates of renovations are not available.

Inside, hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows create an airy aesthetic. 

The family room, living room and owner’s bedroom each have stone fireplaces.

The owner’s bedroom is 1,250 square feet with a walk-in closet and a gym.

Nestled behind Mission Hills and Kansas City country clubs and the Carriage Club — as well as several historical houses and museums — the residential neighborhood is a 20-minute drive from Arrowhead Stadium, where the Kansas City Chiefs play and practice.

Mahomes, who led the Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory last year, bought the house for somewhere near $2 million in February 2019, according to property records.

Outside, the home has a screened porch, a patio, a pool, a new hot tub, a rose garden and terraced, landscaped grounds, according to the listing.

The couple’s abode is a 20-minute drive from Arrowhead Stadium, where the Kansas City Chiefs play and practice.

There is a 500-bottle wine room, a chef’s kitchen and a wet bar. 

He lives there with his longtime girlfriend and now-fiancée, Brittany Matthews, a 25-year-old personal trainer. Mahomes proposed to Matthews in September at the Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium. He can afford the six-figure ring he bought his new fiancée — he scored a record-breaking 10-year deal worth $503 million with the team this summer.

The couple announced they’re expecting — it’s a girl — in September. Mahomes and Matthews have been together for eight years, starting in high school. They have two dogs, Silver and Steel — one is a pit bull and the other is a cane corso.

Even with an enviable NFL contract, Mahomes hasn’t shown signs of shopping for a new house. The Kansas City ranch is not for sale.

The couple has always been frugal. Before purchasing the house — which isn’t technically large enough to be considered a mansion — Mahomes and Matthews lived with Matthews’ father to save money.  

Kevin Bryant of ReeceNichols Brookside brokerage had the listing in 2019. He did not respond to a request for comment.

Mahomes, who led the Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory last year, bought the house for somewhere near $2 million in February 2019, according to property records.

Before purchasing the house — which isn’t technically large enough to be considered a mansion — Mahomes and Matthews lived with Matthews’ father to save money.  

Mahomes scored a record-breaking 10-year deal worth $503 million with the Kansas City Chiefs this summer, but so far, he has shown no signs of looking for a more pricey home.