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Great News:Travis Kelce Annouɴces His $6 Million Kansas City Mansɪon ᴀs ‘Permᴀnent’ Hᴏme For Taylor Swift, as He Rᴇveals She is NOT Retuʀning Back to NYC AGΑIN…



The property’s three acres of land feature scenic leafy gardens that shelter the home from view.

The home isn’t short of decadence as it features many luxurious amenities, including a lit tennis and pickleball court and even its own miniature golf course, which can be seen on the beautiful lawn.

The property’s stunning garden will provide Swift with the type of A-List glamor she has earned for herself and become accustomed to with also featuring a ‘Beverly Hills-style’ pool area, which can be seen from an aerial view, featuring a hot tub too.

Sport and leisure converge across the three acres of land with the property’s outdoors providing the perfect environment for alfresco entertainment.

The expansive grounds are complete with bridges, winding paths, a gazebo, patio and seating areas for lounging around the pool. Sun loungers can be seen dotted around the paved area surrounding the pool, while a dining table sits on the patio area, while what appears to be a fire pit is located off to the side. A wide balcony can also be seen, accessible from the second floor.

Kelce will even be able to store his – and Swift’s – getaway cars in the adjacent heated six-car garage.

From the gated entrance to the neighborhood to private gates to the residence, designed by Wolfgang Trost and built by Harry Roth, the property provides seclusion.

The opulence of the exterior is matched by the mansion’s beautiful interior, including majestic marble archways, rare African Mahogany hardwood floors and chandeliers adorning the ceilings.

Kelce could look to wine and dine his new girlfriend from his newly-renovated kitchen, which is complete with caesarstone quartz countertops, Grabill custom cabinets and state-of-the-art appliances.

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