Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Slash Price of $34 Million Boston Mansion for Sale — See Inside!
Tom Brady may have recently agreed to play with the New England Patriots through the 2021-2022 season, but the football star is hoping to leave his Boston mansion behind.
According to a listing on ColdwellBankerHomes.com, Brady, 42, and his wife, Gisele Bündchen, re-listed their five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in Brookline, Massachusetts, on Thursday for $33.9M — a $5.6M price cut from the $39.5M they asked for when they first listed it back in August.
The custom 9,716-square-foot home was designed by the renowned architect Richard Landry and built in 2015. The Brookline location kept the New England-based couple only a short drive away from the city of Boston, Fenway Park and Harvard University.
Outside, the mansion features a sprawling green lawn and a cobblestone driveway that can fit 20 cars. Once inside, the entry foyer leads to the dining room and living room — complete with high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and wooden beams.
The dining area also includes skylights equipped with glass light fixtures, giving the room an open-air feel with plenty of natural light.
The mansion contains two kitchens — an eat-in kitchen with a large island and a chef’s kitchen. The kitchens also include the wooden ceiling beams, which are combined with copper hardware giving off a rustic feel.
A grand staircase leads to the five bedrooms on the second floor while the lower level features a recreation room, a kids’ playroom, a wine room, gym and spa.
Outside, the backyard boasts a large, tiled inground pool, as well as an outdoor organic herb and vegetable garden and a barn-style guest house.
In the 2,400-square-foot guest house located in the backyard, visitors to the mansion will find a yoga studio, a full bathroom and a sleeping loft. The guest house — which is built to look like a rustic, country barn — also features walls that open up for natural air circulation for a “zen-like experience,” according to the listing.
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