Philadelphia Eagles powerhouse and six-time Pro Bowl center Jason Kelce isn’t just making waves on the field.

The 36-year-old is steadily expanding his real estate empire across Pennsylvania, New Jersey — and even in Cleveland.

Kelce, the brother of NFL sensation Travis Kelce, who has been nabbing recent headlines of his own for his relationship with Taylor Swift, initially settled in a modest but elegant four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home in Pennsylvania back in 2018.

 

 


 

Purchased for $680,000 after tying the knot with Kylie McDevitt, Kelce found a deal, snagging the property for $120,000 less than its initial listing price.

The Haverford-based property, spread across an acre of land, boasts picturesque views and luxurious amenities, the previous listing notes.



Features include an in-ground pool, a circular driveway and a spacious wraparound deck offering views of the landscaping.

The first home he purchased sits on just a little over an acre.Long & Foster Real Estate

The breakfast space.Long & Foster Real Estate

The living area with vaulted ceilings.Long & Foster Real Estate

The kitchen.Long & Foster Real Estate


There’s room for a home office.Long & Foster Real Estate

One of four bedrooms.Long & Foster Real Estate

But it seems the NFL star has bigger visions in mind.

Just two years later, in 2020, Kelce made another move, acquiring the adjacent property spanning 8 acres for a staggering $3.96 million. Not stopping there, Kelce added a third one to his portfolio in September of this year, dropping $1.35 million on yet another adjacent home.

 

 

The center is steadily expanding his real estate empire across Pennsylvania, New Jersey.

Insiders close to the athlete reveal that Kelce’s master plan involves demolishing the existing structures to create a single sprawling estate, an architectural wonderland decked out with every imaginable luxury and amenity.

However, Kelce’s property ventures extend beyond Pennsylvania’s borders.

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The third home Kelce purchased in September, with plans to tear to it down to make way for one big property.Long & Foster Real Estate

The formal dining room.Long & Foster Real EstateAdvertisement

The home is also situated on over an acre.Long & Foster Real Estate

The kitchen.Long & Foster Real Estate

The primary bedroom.Long & Foster Real EstateAdvertisement

Another bedroom.Long & Foster Real Estate

Last summer, he diversified his portfolio, securing a beachside four-bedroom retreat in New Jersey’s Sea Isle City — just a block away from the sandy shores.

Boasting three levels and multiple patios, this acquisition marked his foray into coastal real estate.

Even in his birth city of Cleveland, Kelce has a stake, owning a humble three-unit rental property there.