Chiefs Superstar Travis Kelce Closes on New $6 Million Mansion [LOOK]
Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs' top tight end, has significantly improved his living situation by purchasing a $6 million property in Leawood, Kansas.
According to the New York Post's Mary K. Jacob, the NFL player closed on the new property on Tuesday, October 17.
She mentioned that the house was built in 1998 and has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and is 17,000 square feet.
Aerial views of the opulent gardens give fans a taste of what Kelce's new home has to offer.
Jacob mentioned a "spacious six-car garage," a wine cellar, a "'Beverly Hills'-style pool area," a lighted tennis and pickleball court, and a miniature golf course.
The more private living space is also "situated on over 3 acres of pristine land," according to Jacob and the Post (additional photographs here).
Interior images of Kelce's new mansion were released by Homes of the Rich, courtesy of photographer Brynn Burns.
Kelce's new home greets you with a beautiful and majestic grand foyer.