The Dallas Morning News
Chiefs QB also at home in Tarrant
Mahomes used LLC to buy Westlake mansion in 2020
Patrick Mahomes might play football in Kansas City, but one of the Tyler native’s homes is in a gated community in exclusive Westlake.
Mahomes, who’s looking to win his second Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, bought a mansion in 2020 along Post Oak Place in Westlake through a limited liability company, Tarrant County deed records show.
According to a listing of the home from before the sale, the four-bedroom, seven-bathroom estate has a temperature-controlled wine room, a private loft, an infinity-edge tub and “breathtaking” views of the Vaquero golf course. Outside is a large covered patio, a firepit area, pool and spa.
The home was last listed for $4.2 million. The total purchase price was undisclosed, but deed records show the LLC took out a $2.7 million loan for the deal.
The home is in the prestigious neighborhood surrounding the Vaquero golf course that has been home to other high-profile owners from athletes and entertainers to business and political figures, such as conservative political broadcaster Glenn Beck, the Jonas Brothers and former Dallas Cowboys star Jason Witten.
The seller of the estate was former San Diego Chargers offensive lineman Andrew Gissinger III. Gissinger was also an executive at mortgage company Countrywide Financial Corp., which Bank of America acquired in 2008.
The Chiefs quarterback has also purchased several properties in Missouri, including a $1.8 million mansion and a condo in Kansas City as well as an eight-acre plot in Belton where he built a home, according to the New York Post.
Mahomes played quarterback at Whitehouse High School, where he was ranked as a three-star prospect, before playing for three seasons at Texas Tech. He was drafted by the Chiefs in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft.