Andy Reid’s House: A Look Inside the Chiefs HC’s Lavish Home

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Andy Reid is one of the best coaches in NFL history, likely on the path to Canton, Ohio. Currently in his 11th season with Kansas City, Reid has settled in nicely.  Having made a lot of money, Reid has whatever he wants. That includes a house. What house does he have?

Andy Reid’s Lavish Home

Reid currently lives in Kansas City, where he bought a house in 2014 after being hired by the Chiefs. The home cost him $2.2 million and is just about seven miles west of the Chiefs’ stadium.

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The home includes five fireplaces, wood flooring, a brick terrace, a large cinema room, and a 1,500-bottle wine cellar. Located in the city’s Plaza neighborhood, the home is next door to ousted Chiefs exec Scott Pioli, who was part of the management team prior to Reid’s arrival.

Prior to his time in Kansas City, Reid spent 14 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2012. During that time, he lived in his 1.5-acre estate in Villanova, Pennsylvania. He sold the home after being fired by the Eagles.

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His old Villanova home was a five-bedroom, $2.3 million property. Although it cost him a hefty price, he was only able to sell for $1.25 million after being fired by Philadelphia. The home had its price cut five times over two years before finally finding a buyer.  Andy Reid reportedly makes $12 million per year from the Chiefs thanks to a contract extension he signed in 2020.

The contract projects Reid making $60 million by the end of the contract in 2026.  Reid began his coaching career all the way back in 1982 as a graduate assistant at BYU. His first position coaching job came as the offensive line coach for San Francisco State from 1983-1985. He didn’t find his way to the NFL until 1992, when he joined the Green Bay Packers as assistant offensive line and tight ends coach until 1996.  Reid was promoted to the Packers’ quarterbacks coach and assistant head coach in 1997-1998. He finally got his shot as a head coach in 1999 when Philadelphia hired him.


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