Fresh off his third Super Bowl victory with the Kansas City Chiefs, Andy Reid can finally relax in his $5 million beach retreat in Dana Point, California. The exclusive oceanfront property underwent a substantial renovation in 2015, transforming a modest 1,400-square-foot, three-bedroom abode into a sprawling five-bedroom, five-bathroom estate spanning nearly 4,000 square feet. Records show that Reid purchased the property back in 2006 for $3.99 million, and it is nestled in an exclusive gated community.
In addition to his California retreat, Reid’s real estate portfolio includes his main residence in Kansas City, Missouri. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home is estimated to be worth $2.78 million and boasts over 5,100 square feet of living space. The property features five fireplaces, antique pine floors, a brick patio, and notable amenities such as a bar, a 1,500-bottle wine cellar, a media room, and an elevator for added convenience.
Beyond the luxurious properties, Reid’s relationship with his tight end Travis Kelce made headlines following the team’s Super Bowl victory. Despite a dramatic on-camera moment where Kelce approached Reid in an emotional outburst on the sidelines, Reid took the incident in stride, acknowledging Kelce’s intensity and passion for the game. Before the game, Reid had praised Kelce’s evolution as a player, noting his transformation from a fiery competitor prone to outbursts to a mature and composed leader on the field.