The Fabulous Real Estate Of Five-Time Super Bowl Champ Tom Brady
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Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI this weekend, and while Brady is unquestionably a star on the field, he's also something of a star in the real estate world with a knack for flipping property. He and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bündchen, worth a combined $480M, have amassed quite the collection of top-tier properties. From a moated California compound to penthouses in Boston and NYC, check out some of Brady's top assets.
1. 70 Vestry St.
Still under construction, Brady shelled out $20M for his newest NYC apartment at 70 Vestry St. This upper-floor 5k SF pad in Tribeca is expected to be available in 2018, and when it is Brady and Bündchen will call Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper neighbors. The 46-unit building was designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and comes complete with an 82-foot lap pool, a gated garage and a private porte cochére.
2. One Madison Penthouse
Perhaps considering it excessive to own two luxurious Manhattan condos at a time, after closing on 70 Vestry Brady has been looking to sell his four-bedroom One Madison Flatiron condo for $17.25M. He bought it in 2013 for $14M and reportedly rented it for a cool $40k a month, but now that he is moving across town he is looking to turn a profit on his investment.
3. Brentwood Estate
Brady bought four acres in L.A.'s star-studded Brentwood neighborhood for $11.75M back in 2008 and spent the next four years building an offseason retreat. Brady and Bündchen opted to build a five-bedroom 18k SF estate complete with a cobblestone motor court, seven fireplaces, an infinity pool and a moat protecting the front door. Brady sold the property to Dr. Dre in 2014 for $40M.
4. Chestnut Hill Mansion
After selling their California dream home, Brady and Bündchen moved back to the East Coast and bought five acres of land alongside the Brookline Country Club. Here they built their 14k SF Massachusetts mansion, complete with many features shared by their old home, including five bedrooms, multiple fireplaces and a pool. The only thing Brady had to give up in the transition, besides the California sun, was his moat. His new home has no aquatic defense guarding its entrance.
5. 310 Beacon St. Penthouse
After originally listing his Boston condo for $10.5M in 2011, Brady eventually lowered the price and sold his 310 Beacon St. penthouse for $9.2M in 2012. Despite sitting on the market for 254 days the Back Bay condo marked one of Boston's biggest deals of 2012. Although today it is once again off the market, the three-bedroom 5.3k SF condo resurfaced in 2014 with an asking rent of $35k a month.