Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes appears to have completed his massive new dream home.
Aerial photos shared online by Front Office Sports and credited to Twitter user @DJE18979 show a completed mansion on the eight-acre plot of land that Mahomes and his wife, Brittany, purchased in 2020. The Belton, Missouri, plot of land was initially purchased for $400,000 and now includes a pool, par 3 golf hole, custom football/soccer field and private pond with a fountain.
Mahomes had reportedly placed his previous Kansas City home on the market for $2.9 million and also owns a 7,800-square-foot mansion in Westlake, Texas, which he purchased for $3.37 million in March 2020.
Mahomes capped off a historic season with a gutsy performance in Super Bowl LVII, winning the Super Bowl MVP award for the second time in his career in February. The quarterback threw for 182 yards and three touchdowns on 21 of 27 passing, while also recording 44 yards on six rushing attempts, despite appearing to re-injure his late in the second quarter.
Mahomes scrambled for 26 yards on the Chiefs' final possession to setup deep in Eagles' territory with the game tied 35-35 just before the two-minute warning. A crucial holding call three plays later led to Kansas City running out the clock before Harrison Butker's game-winning 27-yard field goal with eight seconds remaining.
Mahomes' historic Super Bowl performance came just three days after he won his second Associated Press NFL MVP award, having led all NFL quarterbacks with 5,250 passing yards and 41 touchdown passes during the regular season. The 27-year-old had previously won the AP NFL MVP award during his second NFL season and his first as a starter in 2018.
The Chiefs have now won three Super Bowls in franchise history, which included winning Super Bowl LIV in February 2020.
Netflix's upcoming Quarterback series, which will debut on Wednesday (July 12), will feature Mahomes, as well as Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins and former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota -- now with the Philadelphia Eagles -- chronicling their respective 2022 NFL seasons.