Tom Brady's Multimillion Dollar Home
Tom Brady, known as the "Greatest-of-all-Time" in New England, is a five-time Super Bowl winner, backed with eight Super Bowl appearances while currently playing for the New England Patriots. The efficient "pigskin" quarterback is happily married to supermodel Gisele Bündchen’s and now has three kids, including his son from former girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.
Brady may have been considered as the greatest football player ever played, but he has also made significant contributions to the real estate business. In fact, he stays in more than one extravagant mansion, not to mention his upscale New York apartment One Madison where he and his wife used to stay, are huge enough for a football legend and his growing family. The future football hall of famer and his celebrity wife Gisele have purchased a number of high-priced properties from Los Angeles, California to Boston, increasing their combined net worth to an estimated $580 million.
The four-time Super Bowl MVP now wakes up every morning with his gorgeous wife beside him in a luxurious home in Brookline, Boston, Massachusetts. Aside from his Brookline residence, also find out what's inside his previously bought Los Angeles home and the expensive New York condominium Brady had acquired in 2016. You can check them out if you're wondering how many first-rated homes do Tom and his wife own right now.
The coziness of Brady's Los Angeles home
Tom and Gisele used to live in their Brentwood residence when they got married.
The luxurious mansion measures 18,239 square feet with multiple bedrooms, contemporary bathrooms, customized surface finishes and solar panels covering the core areas. Moreover, the guard-gated Brentwood home features a shallow moat which enhances the natural beauty of its surroundings.
The surrounding walls are covered with multiple layers of limestone while natural stone tiles such as marble and granite cover some common areas. Steel doors and window frames in customized chrome finishes secure the openings. Music producer and headphone mogul Dr. Dre purchased Tom's classy Brentwood estate for $40 million, almost four times its original price they got it for after the celebrity couple moved to New England.
The elegance of Tom's Brookline mansion
The prominent couple decided to return to the East Coast where they purchased a stunning $4.5 million worth Brookline mansion in Chestnut Hills, Ma. Though it's 4,000 square feet smaller than the Brentwood home, their "Richard Landry-deigned” Brookline home doesn't seem like downgraded at all. The entire place is relaxing, complemented with neutral decors and natural lighting using sunlight roofing. The warm colors of the interior walls add richness to any room in terms of creating better contrast against other surfaces.
The selling price was only referring to the land, and the couple's actual expenses on furnishings were not made public. Just like his previous home in Los Angeles, Tom's Brookline estate also includes solar panels and eco-friendly materials like natural stone tiles. Meanwhile, its location is just 30 minutes away from the practice venue of the Patriots.
Tom Brady's stone-built Massachusetts mansion measures 14,317 square feet, complete with five fully-furnished bedrooms including a spacious master suite with a couple of walk-in closets and a master suite bathroom equipped with "smart" fixtures and stone walls. What you can see on the ground floor is the home library with a moderate-size balcony that is looking down to the modern fitness room. Other functional spaces to watch out for are the family room, living room, dining room and a yoga studio dedicated for Gisele.
Since the Brady family is inclined to plant-based diet regimen, they designed the entire kitchen, particularly the island kitchen for their personal chef, Allen Campbell, to prepare healthy meals for them. Kitchen interiors include an impressive "transitional" theme using stainless steel accent, wood cabinetry, natural stone flooring, and countertops. What makes it even more attractive is the presence of sun roof and tall glass panels, which are perfect for adequate lighting and ventilation. On top of this, a wine storage room is included where the couple can store liquors intended for family events.
A contemporary grand staircase will lead you to the second floor where you can find five enormous bedrooms, four moderate-size bathrooms and a nursery room filled with warm and light color shades. There are also guest quarters located near the garage. Their Brookline mansion seems to be an interesting place as the house is near to different amenities including a private school and a prestigious country club. What's more, New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft is just a few steps away from the Brady family.
The sprawling views of Tom Brady's house in Tribeca, New York City
In August 2016, Tom and Gisele purchased a full-floor luxury condominium worth $20 million at the 70 Vestry building, Tribeca, which was completed in 2018. The well-acclaimed couple reportedly sold their Manhattan penthouse mansion from One Madison Tower, Flatiron for $14 million after they moved to their new place. The expansive views of the Hudson River can be seen from the 11th floor unit of Brady's apartment.
The residential complex offers a complete line of amenities such as playrooms, recreational halls, fitness gym, spa center, rooftop patio and swimming pool for both adults and children. Interestingly, the master bathroom features a unique combination of natural stones like granite, marble, and onyx. Natural stone was also applied in different floor and wall locations around the posh condo, combining various elements of patterns and styles.
The 70 Vestry condo appears to be the most expensive real estate property investment bought by Tom and Gisele. The 3,310-square foot unit has three distinctive bedrooms clustered along the eastern frontage, 3.5 bathrooms and family spaces, which are big enough for the Bradys. A private elevator landing will lead you to an open plan loft where you can find the living room, kitchen and dining spaces overlooking the towering cityscape through the floor-to-ceiling glass panels. An elegant-looking media lounge enables you to watch your favorite sports on TV or listen to music while enjoying the sweeping sceneries that run from the north and east sections.
More than exquisiteness, the design choices of Tom Hardy and Gisele Bündchen’s are directed towards cost-effectiveness in which their designers often integrate the concepts of energy efficiency and solar design on every project.
- Dale Basilla