The sprawling Richard Landry-designed mansion comes complete with its own spa and guest house featuring a yoga studio.
Fresh off a renewed contract with the New England Patriots, Tom Brady and his model wife, Gisele Bündchen, say farewell to their old home and begin the search for another. Built in 2015 by architect Richard Landry, in collaboration with interior designer Joan Behnke, the couple's current Brookline, Massachusetts, residence is now on the market.
Located about eight miles from downtown Boston, the Country French-style mansion offers five bedrooms, along with five and half bathrooms—all spread across nearly 10,000 square feet of living space.
Upon entering the home, a grand stairwell greets visitors before leading to a formal living room, chef's kitchen, and family room that features a cathedral ceiling. All five bedrooms are located on the upper level, while the basement offers a recreation room, wine cellar, gym, and spa.
Also located on the grounds is a raised swimming pool, organic herb and vegetable garden, as well as a barn-like guest house offering an additional 2,400 square feet of living space. Scroll ahead for a tour of the property, which originally listed for $39,500,000 and recently dropped to $33,900,000.