As Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife, Brittany Mahomes, settle into their expansive Cass County mega mansion in Missouri, a new owner has acquired their previous residence.
Having invested close to $400,000 in renovations to the ranch-style house located in the upscale Sunset Hill subdivision, the couple listed the property for $2.9 million in mid-June, as reported by People.
Patrick and Brittany Mahomes had previously showcased the house in a video tour while it was under construction three years ago, with Patrick noting, “This is the first house either of us ever owned.”
The Kansas City Business Journal disclosed on November 10 that the Mahomes’ former home was sold less than two weeks after being listed.
The buyer was revealed to be a trust in the name of David Bradley III, also known as Rall, who is associated with the Berks Group, an investment firm in Kansas City. David Bradley III is engaged to Amy Elizabeth Trader, as announced in The Independent.
The recently sold three-bedroom, five-bathroom home, featuring an open-concept interior, a hot tub, heated pool, putting green, and a five-car garage, now belongs to Bradley. Situated on 1.4 acres, the property was purchased by the new owner shortly after his engagement announcement.
It appears that Patrick and Brittany Mahomes made a substantial profit on the property, having acquired it for an estimated $1.9 million in 2019.
The Mahomes family, financially secure with Patrick’s $450 million superstar status, also owns a 7,800-square-foot mansion in Westlake, Texas, purchased for $3.37 million in March 2020, according to The New York Post.
As Patrick Mahomes enjoys the Chiefs’ bye week, he is taking a break and indulging in sports spectating. Alongside his wife Brittany, he attended a Dallas Mavericks game on November 8 and watched the Texas Tech Raiders face the Kansas Jayhawks on November 11, with the Raiders winning 16-15.
Following the success of his fourth annual 15 and the Mahomies Foundation Gala on November 9, which raised over $615,000 in grants, the two-time Super Bowl MVP is relishing quality time with his children at their new Cass County residence.
Brittany shared glimpses on her Instagram Stories of Mahomes with their children playing golf, watching TV, and cooking dinner in their spacious home, which sits on 8 acres of property and includes a pool, private pond, and a 50-yard football field in the yard.
Despite the Chiefs maintaining a 7-2 record and leading the AFC West, Patrick Mahomes acknowledges that the team’s offense needs improvement, especially before facing the Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) on Monday Night Football.
In the Chiefs’ recent 21-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 9, the offense went scoreless in the second half, with Mahomes being held to under 200 yards for the first time this season.
Mahomes expressed determination to enhance the team’s offensive performance, stating, “We’re going to get this offense figured out, I promise you. Then we’re going to be a hard team to beat.”