Inside Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s Extensive Real Estate Portfolio | Architectural Digest

After tying the knot, Brady and Bündchen moved to Brentwood, California, renting a home and eventually buying the land next door. They hired architect Richard Landry and interior designer Joan Behnke to build a sprawling, eco-conscious mansion to the tune of $11.75 million. Unique features of the 18,298-square-foot pad included two huge solar panels that supplied energy throughout the property, a moat and bridge at the entrance, and a swimming pool out back shaped to resemble a natural lake. The couple used reclaimed materials for the interior of the home and leaned into the idea of being “as sustainable as possible,” they told AD in 2017. Many years later, they sold their sanctuary to none other than Dr. Dre for a whopping $40 million in 2014.

2014

Brady and Bündchen teamed up with Landry once more when they decided to build a similarly luxurious home in the Brookline suburb of Boston. The pair paid $4.5 million for the 5-acre property and then worked with Landry to custom-build a sprawling 12,112-square-foot mansion, complete with yoga studio, wine room, play room, gym, and a 2,400-square-foot guest house that Bündchen called her sanctuary during a tour with Vogue. “Why do I live here? It’s called love,” Bündchen said in the interview, joking about how she deals with the cold in New England. “I love my husband… Cold is not my flavor. I’m Brazilian. I’d rather live barefoot in a hut in the middle of the forest somewhere.” The supermodel got her wish—sort of—in early 2020 when Brady was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They put their Brookline home on the market and ultimately sold it for a reported $32.5 million that Christmas Eve.

Around the same time they purchased property in Boston, the couple also put down $11.7 million for a Peter Marino–designed condo in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan. Located on the 48th floor of the luxury building, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom unit boasted 360-degree views of the city, with floor-to-ceiling windows all throughout the pad. The home was something of a mansion in the sky, with a large living room, an open kitchen, a large den, and a main suite with a floating marble tub. Brady and Bündchen didn’t stay long, however. They listed the condo for $17.25 million in 2016 and ended up cutting the asking price down until they finally had it listed for $13.95 million in 2018. It sold shortly after that for an undisclosed price.

2017

In addition to owning homes on both coasts, the two superstars are also reportedly members of the Yellowstone Club in Montana, an exclusive resort community known for skiing, mountain biking, mountain climbing, and golf. To be a member of the club, you must own property within a certain parameter. The exclusivity comes from both the price of the homes themselves—which range from $2.5 million to $25 million—and the fact that membership is capped at 862 households. Membership reportedly starts at $300,000, with annual fees of $37,500. Brady and Bündchen reportedly purchased a home there in 2017, but little is known about how much they spent. Other celebs who own residences there include Bill and Melinda Gates, and Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake. They likely still own this home.

https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/tom-brady-gisele-bundchen-real-estate-portfolio

Christin Hakim

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