Tyreek Hill is a wide receiver who plays football for the Miami Dolphins in the NFL.
He was chosen by the Kansas City Chiefs during the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Before that, he played college football at Garden City, Oklahoma State, and West Alabama.
Where does Tyreek Hill live?
Tyreek Hill bought his new Miami mansion for $6.9 million, and he paid the entire price at once. On his YouTube channel, Hill posted a video where he shows us around his house and mentions that it’s one of the nicest houses he’s ever lived in.
The first noticeable thing is the large open area where you can park many cars. You can also see garages on both sides. There’s a little island in the middle with a fountain, and the entrance is surrounded by four very tall columns that are two stories high.
The house, constructed in 2007, has 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. It covers an area of 9,326 square feet. On the first floor, there’s a family room where Hill plans to install a big, tall fish tank for his sharks. The master bedroom offers a fantastic view of the swimming pool, outdoor basketball court, and the entire house. Right across from the master bedroom is his office, where he handles all his off-the-field business deals.
The kitchen is a wide open space with enough room, and there’s a little island in the center. Right next to the kitchen, there’s a room with a pool table and darts. On the other side of the kitchen, there’s another living room area where you can relax and watch TV. Upstairs, there are 5 more bedrooms, along with a small theater and a room where Hill and his team work on all the videos he makes, like podcasts.
Heading towards the back of the house, there are lots of things to do to keep Tyreek Hill and his family entertained. There’s a lovely swimming pool, and to the left of it, there’s a small mini-golf area. On the right side, there’s a big basketball court that they use for family gatherings too. Towards the end of this area, there are a couple of guest houses where family and friends can stay.
Tyreek Hill’s career
Hill signed a four-year, $2.58 million contract with the Chiefs, reaching impressive speeds and earning awards in his rookie season. He continued to excel through 2017 and 2018 and signed a $54 million contract extension in 2019. Despite a suspension, he helped the Chiefs win Super Bowl LIV in 2020. Hill also played in Super Bowl LV in 2021 but lost. In the 2021-22 season, he broke the franchise record for receptions and had a strong performance with 111 receptions, 1239 receiving yards, and 9 receiving touchdowns.
In 2020, he had a standout game with 269 receiving yards and earned Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors. In 2021, he broke the Chiefs’ franchise record for receptions in a season, finishing with 111 receptions and another Pro Bowl nomination. Hill was traded to the Miami Dolphins due to contract disputes. He signed a record-breaking four-year, $120 million deal with $72.2 million guaranteed, making him the NFL’s highest-paid wide receiver. The Dolphins gave up five draft picks, including a first-rounder in 2022, to acquire him.