Joplin, Missouri home for sale perfect for the right Kansas City Chiefs fan

It’s a home fit for Chiefs Kingdom. It’s also been called one of the wildest properties in America. Every room in the Joplin, Missouri house is a nod to the Kansas City Chiefs. And it could be yours.Never in his 12 years of selling homes has realtor Jonathan Leach seen one like this — a home for the ultimate Chiefs fan.It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and decor that’s one in a million.”The flooring there, that is all tile,” Leach said.Buyers could make a touchdown in the bonus room.”You can see the shower there. The tile work. I think it’s amazing,” Leach said.”Did you have any hesitation taking this listing like, ‘I don’t know if I can sell this one?'” KMBC’s Haley Harrison asked Leach.”It did cross my mind. I’m like, it’s going to be a special buyer who’s looking for something like this. If it sold once, it can definitely sell again. And this is the market to make it happen. I feel there are a lot of buyers who want unique and I feel this is definitely it,” Leach said.It even has the attention of the feed Zillow Gone Wild, which as you can guess, features interesting property listings in the country. On Sunday, the listing was shared with the feed’s 93,000 followers.After a month with little interest, Leach said that he’s now getting 20 calls a day.”Every room has its own personality. It’s awesome,” he said.The property is actually a duplex and is listed for $275,000. Leach said the renovations were done by a previous owner 16 years ago. He said he believes it could sell as an investment property, renting on Airbnb for up to $225 a night.

It’s a home fit for Chiefs Kingdom. It’s also been called one of the wildest properties in America. Every room in the Joplin, Missouri house is a nod to the Kansas City Chiefs. And it could be yours.

Never in his 12 years of selling homes has realtor Jonathan Leach seen one like this — a home for the ultimate Chiefs fan.

It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and decor that’s one in a million.

“The flooring there, that is all tile,” Leach said.

Buyers could make a touchdown in the bonus room.

“You can see the shower there. The tile work. I think it’s amazing,” Leach said.

“Did you have any hesitation taking this listing like, ‘I don’t know if I can sell this one?'” KMBC’s Haley Harrison asked Leach.

“It did cross my mind. I’m like, it’s going to be a special buyer who’s looking for something like this. If it sold once, it can definitely sell again. And this is the market to make it happen. I feel there are a lot of buyers who want unique and I feel this is definitely it,” Leach said.

It even has the attention of the feed Zillow Gone Wild, which as you can guess, features interesting property listings in the country. On Sunday, the listing was shared with the feed’s 93,000 followers.

After a month with little interest, Leach said that he’s now getting 20 calls a day.

“Every room has its own personality. It’s awesome,” he said.

The property is actually a duplex and is listed for $275,000. Leach said the renovations were done by a previous owner 16 years ago. He said he believes it could sell as an investment property, renting on Airbnb for up to $225 a night.