Where Does Tom Brady Live

Where Does Tom Brady Live? Inside the $17 Million Mansion

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Brenda Nyawara

Brenda Nyawara is an editor at Archute. She is a graduate architect with a passion for edge-cutting ideas in design, fashion, art and modern world interests.
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With a net worth of $250 million, Tom Brady has built an impressive real estate portfolio with his wife, Gisele Bundchen. The couple has co-owned houses in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, Tampa, Montana, and New York City since getting married in 2009. But you might be wondering, "Where does Tom Brady live?"

By April 2020, Brady was a resident of Miami, Florida. They do, however, have a history of frequent relocation. The couple is well known for their taste in high-end mansions, some of which they sold to earn a profit. So, let us go for a trip down memory lane and look at the couple's most notable residences.

Who is Tom Brady?

Tom Brady, also known as Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr., is a football legend and a real estate mogul. He is known to play quarterback for the National Football League's Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL).

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His parents, Thomas Brady Sr. and Galynn Brady welcomed him into the world on 3rd August 1977, in San Mateo, California. His three elder sisters are Nancy, Julie, and Maureen. He is of Irish, German, Norwegian, Polish, and Swedish ancestry and was raised as a Catholic.

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Tom Brady is married to Gisele Bundchen and has three children. John Edward Thomas, his eldest child, was born to his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan on 22nd August 2007. Benjamin Rein, born on 8th December 2009, and Vivian Lake, born on 5th December 2012, are his two children with his wife.

Despite leading his new club, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to victory in Super Bowl 2021 on 7th February, the great quarterback with seven Super Bowl rings could have easily returned to his luxurious mansions in Miami, New York City.

Brady’s Childhood Home

In 1977, the same year Brady was born, his parents bought the house in San Mateo, California, where he grew up. The home, constructed in 1962, is situated in the Bay Area, roughly 20 miles south of San Francisco.

His parents still occupy the modest 2,570-square-foot house. Brady's family house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Where does Tom Brady live?

As mentioned, Brady lives in Miami, Florida, as of April 2020. However, they have a history of moving around a lot. For example, when Tom Brady and Gisele initially got married, they bought a lavish house in Brentwood, California. But later, they relocated to the east, and Dr. Dre bought the house for $40 million.

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Not many of these assets stay in the couple's hands since they are known for their tendency to flip homes for a big profit. Therefore, if you're curious about how many homes Tom Brady owns or has previously owned, we've got you covered!

1. Miami, Florida

Tom Brady's most recent investment with Bündchen is a $17 million house on Indian Creek Island in Miami. On the two-acre site, the couple demolished their 5,172 square foot, five bedroom, five bathtub home and replaced it with a new custom-built home.

The building resembles their former LA residence, which they custom-built with a $20 million budget.

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Brady rented Derek Jeter's property in Davis Islands, Tampa, before purchasing his home in Miami.

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In addition to being situated on the sea, the couple's ideal rental is incredibly big. It has a big kitchen, several formal and living spaces, seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and many more amenities.

2. Davis Islands, Tampa Bay (Rental)

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After landing in Tampa Bay, Brady and his family moved into a massive 30,000-square-foot estate on Davis Islands constructed by Derek Jeter.

The estate has two boat lifts that provide access to the bay, a pool, an entertainment room, nine bathrooms, and a billiards area surrounding the pool. The total heated square footage of the Tampa Bay house is around 33,000.

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With its whitewash exterior and charcoal roofing, the house's exterior resembles that of an English Manor. There are two to three-vehicle garages, two boat lifts, a swimming pool, and many more features.

In addition, there is one with an entertainment room, a memorabilia room, and a gaming room. It's a nice house, but recently, he was forced to enlarge the security gate because of curious neighbors.

3. Tribeca, New York City

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen purchased a brand new apartment in 2016 in the Tribeca area of Manhattan. It features expansive views and is located next to the Hudson River.

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However, they reduced their Manhattan residence in the latter part of last year, exchanging their north-facing 6,500 square foot, 12th-floor condo for a south-facing 5,300 square foot, 12th-floor unit.

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The couple spent almost $20 million on the apartment in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building with five bedrooms. They were the building's first famous tenants.

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An 82-foot lap pool, studios for cycling, yoga, and pilates, a squash court, a sauna, a steam room, a kids' play area, and a stunning rooftop patio are a few of the attractions.

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High ceilings, a personal elevator, a lobby, a gallery, a great room with a fireplace, a dining room, and a family room are all features of the apartment.

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The eat-in kitchen has oak paneling, marble countertops, two dishwashers, and wine storage.

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The master bedroom has views of the river and two walk-in closets.

4. Big Sky, Montana

Brady has previously been seen on the golf course at the Yellowstone Club. Bill Gates and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt are among the rich and famous who pay a lot of money for the solitude and snowy slopes at the super-exclusive Montana complex.

There aren't many details available regarding Brady's Montana property. According to the Yellowstone Club website, condominiums start at $5.7 million, and residences may cost up to $30 million.

5. Brookline, Massachusetts- 2013

For $4.5 million, Tom Brady acquired a 5.2-acre plot of land in Brookline/Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, where he and Gisele later constructed a custom house designed by Richard Landry.

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Brady's Brookline mansion is roughly 30 miles from the New England Patriots' home in Foxboro's Gillette Stadium. In 2014, Brady and Bundchen purchased the 5.25-acre estate and constructed a 14,317-square-foot house. The home is both eco-friendly and kid-friendly.

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With a stone driveway that can fit about 20 automobiles, the five-acre estate boasts a 2,400-square-foot guest house with a yoga studio, an organic herb and vegetable garden, a pool, and a terrace.

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The multi-million dollar property is situated next to the Country Club. The home boasts a yoga studio, wine room, pool, Jacuzzi, and state-of-the-art gym.

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The first-floor layout includes a chef's kitchen with pantry and sunroom, a library with a balcony overlooking the gym, a living room, dining room, family room, a yoga studio, and a wine storage room.

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Solar panels and a kitchen were created especially for their personal chef, Allen Campbell, who prepared all their plant-based meals.

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The second level features five bedrooms, including a master suite with a large his-and-her closet and a master bathroom. A grand staircase is used to access the bedrooms. Over the garage, there are extra guest accommodations and a nursery.

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In August 2019, Brady and Bündchen listed the Brookline neighborhood of Boston for $39.5 million. The price decreased to $33.9 million in March of the following year, and, according to the Globe, the ultimate sale price is anticipated to have been in the range of $32.5 million

6. One Madison Condominium, New York City

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In 2014, Brady and Bündchen paid $11.7 million for a three-bedroom unit at One Madison. It is situated on the 48th level of the extremely tall and narrow Flatiron building.

The 3,310-square-foot space has a private elevator, 360-degree views of the city, and access to the building's state-of-the-art fitness facility, indoor pool, and steam room.

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The condo's interior features a movie room, a huge wine cooler in the kitchen, and an open living and dining area. The master bedroom has a separate bathroom and walk-in closet.

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The tower's 60 stories provide a view of Madison Square Park. The luxurious facilities of the 2009-built building include an indoor marble pool, a steam room, a gym, a bar, a parlor, and a screening room with butler service.

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Later, they sold it for $13.95 million in July 2018.

7. Brentwood, Los Angeles

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Brady and Bündchen constructed a 14,000-square-foot estate in the affluent Brentwood, Los Angeles. A chicken house, vegetable garden, and orchard are among the modest amenities that give it its French chateau-inspired look.

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The moat, stocked with koi fish, surrounds the five-bedroom, nine-bathroom limestone home. The house contains a pool, an oak-plank deck, a pond, a driveway made of reused cobblestones, and a gray slate roof. Additionally, it had a pool set up, a dressing room, and an in-home gym. They eventually sold it for $40 million to Dr. Dre.

8. Boston, Massachusetts

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The investor may have suffered a little loss in his first home sale. He allegedly spent $17.9 million buying and remodeling a home in Boston, selling each condo unit for a total of $17.2 million over the following five years, for a net loss of $700,000.

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According to the Boston Globe archives, he paid $6.24 million buying the property in 2006 and then spent $11.5 million turning it from nine condominiums into four.

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He also rebuilt the penthouse with a little smaller one and extended the garage, which was formerly a three-stall stable. According to the property's history, the owner had added one before, although it wasn't in compliance with local regulations.

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Originally constructed in 1903 for sugar producer Joshua Bailey Richmond, the limestone and granite home was planned by architects Peabody and Stearns and constructed by the McNeil Brothers.

It had a limestone gate, a butler's pantry, a parlor, a library, a sewing room, a billiards room, and six fireplaces. According to layout plans, the basement had a servants' kitchen, dining room, laundry room, wine closet, wood room, and livery room.

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9. Back Bay, Boston

Brady paid $4.1 million for this apartment with 3,412 square feet, three bedrooms, and three and a half bathrooms in 2004.

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According to floor plans, the condo's Gilded Age architecture had three fireplaces, a dining room, a library, a foyer, a living room, a family room, a kitchen, a bar, and a suite for each bedroom.

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The units in the building have unimaginably lavish crown moldings, chandeliers, and carved mahogany woodwork. In February 2008, he sold it for $5.3 million.

10. Greenwich, Connecticut

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen purchased a stone estate in the English Manor style in Greenwich, Connecticut, for $9 million. The house, which was constructed in 1990, sits on 10 acres.

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It has a total living area of about 14,862 square feet and has 7 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, 4 half bathrooms, a 2-story great room with a staircase, a formal dining room, a gourmet kitchen, a breakfast nook, a family room, a gym, an indoor pool, and a 3-car garage. The exterior amenities include a car court, balcony, patio, garden, swimming pool, and tennis court.

11. Costa Rica

The family frequently goes for vacations in the couple's isolated house on Costa Rica's Nicoya Peninsula. Although rumors suggest Brady does own a property in Santa Teresa, the neighborhood is home to several vacation rental properties.


Tom Brady is known to have a collection of real estate properties with his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen. It is quite astonishing how many mansions he and his wife have bought or constructed.

However, the mansion in Florida was undoubtedly the power couple's home after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed the New England Patriots veteran quarterback. According to rumors, he and his family could relocate to a more practical residence across Old Tampa Bay.

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Brenda Nyawara is an editor at Archute. She is a graduate architect with a passion for edge-cutting ideas in design, fashion, art and modern world interests.
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