VIDEO: Tom Brady and Gisele’s New England Mansion Finally Sells For Over $30 Million

by Halle Ames

NFL star Tom Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen have finally sold their New England mansion for over $30 million.

After Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the family of four said goodbye to cold winters in the northeast and hello to the Florida sunshine. Therefore, there was no more use for the 12,112-square foot mansion they called home for over ten years.

The house didn’t sell quickly, however. After listing the home for a cool $39.5 million with no bites, the price was dropped to $33.9 million. Once the pandemic started, the family took the house off the market altogether. Later in the summer, the beautiful property was listed off-market under a new broker, but the price was not public knowledge.

Real estate agents in the Boston area believe it was offered around $32.5 million.

In addition, Tom Brady and his family received an extra present on Christmas Eve when a Boston-area buyer purchased the estate.

In a video tour of the gorgeous house, the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom mansion is actually quite cozy for its size. With wood beams and large windows, it is definitely a must-watch.

Brady and Bündchen’s house also features a wine room, yoga studio, gym, and guest house.

You know, only the necessities for the world-famous couple.

Tom Brady’s Home is Broken Into

Although, earlier in the month, while the home was still on the market, a man broke into the massive mansion. The family had moved out at this point. However, 34-year-old Zanini Cineus had made himself right at home as police found him cozied up on the couch. Read more about the situation here.

The break-in didn’t seem to phase the football star too much, as he bought a multi-million dollar boat around the same time. According to TMZ, the vessel is more than 40-feet-long and is named “Viva a Vida,” which is Spanish for “long live life.”

Something tells us that Tom Brady and his family love their life while perched on the sparking Florida waters.