Tom Brady's House

Tom Brady is kind of known to have some collection of superstar homes. He is known to buy them in a good sum, and also sell them for even a handsome sum, after living only a few years. He even built a roster of homes with his now ex-wife, Gisele Bündchen, which is really impressive. However, after the longtime New England Patriots quarterback was signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a new estate in Florida was surely on the horizon for the power couple. After arriving in Tampa Bay, Brady moved his family into a sprawling mansion on Davis Islands. However, reports mention that he and his family may move to a more practical abode across Old Tampa Bay. He and his ex-wife Gisele Bundchen, heavily invested in real estate and the assets got split up after their amicable divorce.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, reportedly bought a $17 million property on the Miami waterfront where they planned to build their dream home. Tom Brady has been left with the property after the divorce with Bundchen set to buy a porperty close to it.

The $23 million opulent South Tampa estate of MLB icon Derek Jeter was leased by Tom Brady when he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. Before moving to a new residence on Riviera Drive, he had made the decision to reside there with his children and ex-wife Gisele Bundchen. The highest level of luxury is represented by the $23 million mega-mansion. The property's 21,000+ square feet has seven bedrooms, sixteen bathrooms, a club room, and a host of other opulent facilities. However, it will now be destroyed in the upcoming days to make way for another building.

Where are Tom Brady's houses?

Brady’s Childhood Home

Tom Brady's childhood house

Brady’s parents purchased the home Tom Brady grew up in San Mateo, CA, in 1977, the same year he was born. Built-in 1962, the house is located in the Bay Area, about 20 miles south of San Francisco. His parents still live in the modest home which measures 2,570 square feet. The Brady family home has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Brady’s Boston Condo on Commonwealth Avenue

In 2004, Brady purchased The Burrage House, a 3-bedroom condo, at 314 Commonwealth Avenue for $4.125 million. It is located in the Back Bay section of Boston. The 3,412-square-foot penthouse owned by Brady featured 10 rooms, three working fireplaces, parking for two cars and was pretty swanky. Four years later Brady sold the place for $5.285 million after listing it for $5.39 million.

Brady’s Triplex at 310 Beacon St.

Following the selling of his condo, Brady moved to the 5,311-square-foot penthouse at 310 Beacon Street. Shortly after getting married in 2009, Brady and Bündchen decided to move on, listing it for $10.9 million. The unit only sold in 2012 for $9.27 million.

Brady and Bündchen’s Brentwood Mansion

Brady and Bündchen’s Brentwood Mansion

In the tony L.A. neighborhood of Brentwood, Brady and Bündchen built a 14,000-square foot mansion. It’s design inspiration is that of a French Chateau, along with some humble features including a chicken coop, vegetable garden and orchard. It also featured an in-home gym, dressing room and pool set-up. They later sold it to Dr. Dre for $40 million.

Brady’s Brookline, MA mansion

Brady’s Brookline, MA mansion

Brady’s Brookline, MA, a suburb of Boston is about 30 miles away from his then team New England Patriots’ home turf: Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium. Brady and Bündchen bought the 5.25-acre property in 2014 and built a 14,317-square-foot mansion. The house is kid-friendly as well as green-friendly. The property includes solar panels and a kitchen specially designed for their personal chef, Allen Campbell, who made all of their plant-based meals. It was later sent on the block for $39.5 million.

Brady and Bündchen’s Condo at One Madison

Brady and Bündchen also purchased a 3-bedroom condo at One Madison for $11.7 million in 2014. It is perched on the 48th floor of the super-tall and skinny Flatiron. The 3,310-square foot spread features a private elevator, 360-degree views of the city, and access to the building’s marble-clad indoor pool, steam room and, state-of-the-art fitness center. They later sold it in July 2018 for a price of $13.95 million.

Penthouse at 70 Vestry St.

In August 2016, the couple purchased a $20 million 5-bedroom, 5,000-square-foot condo at 70 Vestry Street in Tribeca. With some magnificent views, the unit includes a sprawling terrace and some top-of-the-line amenities.

Mansion on Davis Islands

Mansion on Davis Islands 

Brady moved his family into a sprawling 30,000-square foot mansion on Davis Islands built by Yankees Hall of Fame shortstop Derek Jeter, after arriving in Tampa Bay. The mansion features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an entertainment room and a billiards room that wraps around a pool with two boat lifts providing access to the Bay. The house is nearly 22,000 square feet heated, and nearly 33,000 overall.

Reports mention that he and his family are closing in on the mansion and may move to a more practical abode across Old Tampa Bay.

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Tom Brady's Brookline Mansion

Tom Brady’s former home in Brookline, Massachusetts was a quintessential home of the stars. The 12,112 square-foot mansion is located at 112 Woodland Road. Its value sits within the range of $33,900,000- $39,500,000 and includes a surplus list of amenities. The multi-million dollar property is placed adjacent to the Country Club with a stone driveway which in turn is known to house around 20 cars. The mansion has a state of the art gym, wine room, pool, spa, wine room, and a yoga studio, to name a few. The 5-acre property, which the couple bought in 2014, holds certain reminiscent values to Brady’s Brentwood home. Several points of inspiration were cast forth by famed Architect Richard Landry from Brady and Bündchen’s previous house that was sold to Dr. Dre. The palatial setting is truly a marvel to behold and is a representation of the success that comes with the American Dream. Along with being kid-friendly, the house is also quite environment-friendly. The property includes solar panels and a kitchen specially designed for their personal chef, Allen Campbell.

Tom Brady's Brookline Mansion

How much did Tom Brady's Brookline mansion sell for?

Brady and Bündchen initially listed the Boston suburb of Brookline for $39.5 million in August 2019. The following March, The price dropped to $33.9 million and, according to the Globe, the final sale price is believed to be around $32.5 million.

Tom Brady's house in Connecticut

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen had bought an English Manor-style stone mansion for $9 million in Greenwich, Connecticut. The home is on 10 acres and was built in 1990. It features approximately 14,862 square feet of living space and includes 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 4 half bathrooms, a 2-story foyer with staircase, 2-story great room, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, gym, indoor pool, and a 3-car garage. Outdoor features include a motor court, balcony, patios, gardens, swimming pool, and a tennis court.

Tom Brady Connecticut House

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Who is wealthier, Tom Brady or Gisele Bundhcen?

Although Tom Brady is one of the richest football players with a net worth of around $300 million, his ex-wofe Gisele Bundchen surpasses him in terms of wealth, with a net worth of around $400 million.

How many Super Bowl rings does Tom Brady have?

Tom Brady has won 7 Super Bowls in his career and has 7 Rings to show for it. He is the only player with 7 Super Bowl rings to date.

Has Tom Brady surpassed 100,000 passing yards in his career?

Brady surpassed 100,000 passing yards in a Week 9 game in the last season of his career. This goes on to show Tom Brady's durability and endurance in the game and how he was on another level in the game.

How many times has Brady won the Super Bowl MVP award?

Tom Brady has won the Super Bowl MVP honor a record 5 times in his career, which is more than any other NFL player to date.

Is Brady part of the NFL All-Decade team?

Yes. Tom Brady is a part of not only the 2000s NFL All-Decade Team but also the 2010s NFL All-Decade Team.