Is Travis Kelce’s $6 million Leawood estate now Taylor Swift’s home for the holidays?

The real estate listing for the mansion in Leawood’s upscale Tomahawk Creek Estates described it as a “once in a lifetime” place to live.

Before it sold in October, this “jewel in Kansas City’s crown” scored a feature in the luxury lifestyle magazine Haute Living, with its African mahogany floors, chandeliers suspended from high ceilings, an executive library with a wall of bookcases and a resort-like swimming pool.

“Passing through the grand entrance gates, you are greeted by a breathtaking facade that exudes grandeur and elegance,” the magazine proclaimed over the summer. “An arching of trees lines the stone driveway leading to the French Chateau-inspired home, built entirely with corner-cut limestone.”

Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce claimed these nearly 17,000 square feet of opulence for his own. And unconfirmed reports suggest the $6 million mansion will be abuzz this month.

Kelce’s girlfriend, Taylor Swift, is expected to spend some downtime there. She’s on break until February from her Eras Tour, but that doesn’t mean her schedule is empty.

She was at the Chiefs game in Green Bay, Wisconsin, last weekend, returned to Kansas City, then jetted to her home in New York ahead of Time magazine naming her Person of the Year on Wednesday. Later that night she attended the premiere of gal pal Emma Stone’s new movie, “Poor Things.”

Swift celebrates her 34th birthday next Wednesday, raising speculation — and the hopes of local Swifties — that she might spend her big day here.

Celebrities don’t tend to publicize their whereabouts. Fans rely on the speculation and best guesses of anonymous and inside “sources,” one of whom told Life & Style magazine that Kelce has “arranged a very intimate romantic dinner just for the two of them, and is also trying to pull off a semi-surprise party with the help of some of her closest friends.”