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Last updated: December 17, 2021 • Celebrity Real Estate

Superbowl Spotlight: The Brady-Bündchen Homes

In anticipation of Super Bowl 51, everyone is watching the two big teams squaring off for the matching rings:  the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots. Pats QB Tom Brady has some amazing moves on the field; but to a New York real estate agent, his NYC condos are just as impressive.  The couple sold off their former home, a $9.5 million Boston condo, but they are never without prime real estate.

Brady's Boston home, courtesy of CBS
Brady’s Boston home, courtesy of CBS

Tom and his supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen, have numerous New York City homes, which they change more often than Tom scores touchdowns. Brady himself owned a condo in the Time Warner Center from 2006 – 2011, and Gisele hung onto her own West Village townhouse until late 2009 before trading up.

Together, the power couple have wheeled and dealed their way through the Big Apple; in 2013, they snapped up a three-bedroom condo at One Madison for a cool $14 million, promptly finding a tenant to rent it for $45k a month.

Even more expensive is their recent purchase of a Tribeca five-bedroom condo in Robert A.M. Stern’s limestone-covered structure – it cost a flat $20 million, and is rumored to be on a high level floor with access to rooftop decks favored by the nation’s elite thanks to their paparazzi inaccessibility. (Almost makes up for having Rupert Murdoch as a co-tenant in the same building!)

The LA mansion, courtesy of Today
The LA mansion, courtesy of Today

Their New York holdings don’t hold a candle to the mansion they built in LA. Real Estate agents there drool over the edifice which features a moat and chicken coop – and which sold to Dr. Dre in 2015.  Now they spend most of their time in the kid friendly, $4.5 million 5 bedroom Brookline, Mass home.

Who is your pick for this Sunday’s big game?

(featured image courtesy of footage from YouTube)



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