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Kansas City Chiefs tycoon’s Napa Valley home hits market for $15M

Sprawling estate comes with acres of Cabernet Sauvignon vines

Photos by PR Photography, courtesy of Compass

This Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs will costar with the San Francisco 49ers at the Super Bowl. But before the annual football performance gets underway, take a peek at what the late owner of the former team has on offer in Napa.

Sitting on a 40-acre ranch in Knights Valley, 11080 Franz Valley Road, a two-story home, comes with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, 6,615 square feet, three wood-burning fireplaces, and a four-car garage. The contemporary interiors feature solid-bronze fixtures, a pitched roof (dig that beamed-and-trussed ceiling), a neutral palette, and many windows and skylights.

There’s a media room, bedrooms with dramatically pitched ceilings, and couple of outdoor decks, one of which features an outdoor kitchen.

But the real treat here, at least for whose fancy themselves a wine steward, is the acres of Cabernet Sauvignon vines in the backyard, right along the banks of Bidwell Creek.

And, yes, of course, there’s a sprawling wine room.

Initially listed in June for $19.95 million, the Napa Valley ranch—owned by Norma Hunt and the late Lamar Hunt, sports pioneer and owner of the Kansas City Chiefs—now asks $15 million.

The listing is through Christine Krenos of Compass.