This is the year Mahomes started his professional career, so it’s no surprise that it’s also the year he bought his first property. The quarterback’s starting home was an 1,800-square-foot penthouse in a building conveniently located near his workplace, Arrowhead Stadium, in downtown Kansas City. Mahomes got the two-bedroom, three-bathroom pad at a bargain, as he only paid $350,000 for the unit, which was originally priced at his $485,000. The contemporary residence features hardwood floors and recessed lighting. There are wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom, and Mahomes’ unit is the only one with his three outdoor terraces, including a rooftop deck. Mahomes put the condo up for sale in 2019, but pulled it from the market after failing to find a buyer. In early September of this year, the two-time Super Bowl MVP put the penthouse on the market for $550,000.
Less than two years into his professional career, and just before leading the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years and their first Super Bowl championship, Mahomes made his home a 20-minute drive from Arrowhead Stadium. Upgraded to a $1.8 million mansion in minutes. car. His 4,300-square-foot three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence on his 1.4-acre property outside Kansas City has all the amenities of a luxury home, and then some. . Mahomes and his then-girlfriend (his current wife) renovated his 1953 building and now it is open with a modern eat-in kitchen that leads to his family room with a fireplace. His floor is on his plan. There’s also a wet bar, 500-bottle wine room, office space, sun porch, patio, pool with spa, rose garden, expansive lawn, and even a miniature putting green. The home also has an unusually large master bedroom measuring 1,250 square feet. There is a fireplace, but the highlight is the shoe storage area. “That’s what I’ve wanted for at least the last six, seven years,” Mahomes told Bleacher Report in a public video of the room. At the time, Mahomes (who owns a menswear collection at Adidas) owned his 180 pairs of shoes, so the couple turned one corner of the large room into a boutique-style closet dedicated to shoes and sunglasses for sneakerheads. It has been modified. The couple listed the property this summer for $2.9 million.