A Look Into Tom Brady’s $40 Million Former Brookline Mansion

Published 08/17/2020, 1:34 PM EDT


Buccaneers star QB Tom Brady will begin his new journey at Tampa Bay and with that comes an address change. Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen have rented out MLB’s star Derek Jeter’s 30,000 square-foot mansion in Tampa Bay. The water-facing home on Davis Island comes with a $75,000 per month price tag as reported on Tampa Bay.com

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As the NFL season prepares to heat up, Brady and his family will be on their way to getting acclimatized to the new surroundings. Moreover, the new property still has a long way to go in terms of reaching iconic status. The former home of Tom Brady in Brookline, Massachusetts still stands out as the quintessential home of the stars.

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Tom Brady: A picture of success

The 12,112 square-foot juggernaut located at 112 Woodland Road is a marvel to behold and point of envy for all. Its value sits within the range of $33,900,000- $39,500,000) and it is flushed out with a laundry list of amenities.

The multi-million dollar property is placed adjacent to the Country Club with a stone driveway to boot. Not to mention, the driveway is listed to house around 20 cars which speak of its splendor. Moreover, it is fashioned with a state of the art gym, wine room, pool, spa, wine room, and a yoga studio just to name a few.

When the property was put up to be listed, Sotheby International Realty’s YouTube page put out a peak of the mansion. Chiefly, the opulence is evident from each corner of the home that houses the 6-time Super Bowl-winning QB.

Additionally, the 5-acre property holds certain reminiscent values to their Brentwood home. Famed Architect Richard Landry cast forth several points of inspiration from their previous house that was sold to Dr. Dre. The palatial setting is truly a marvel to behold and is a representation of success that comes with the American Dream.

COVID-19 Conundrum

However, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused some hiccups in the sale of the house per a report by realestate.boston.com. Sotheby’s real estate advisor Beth Dickerson touched on the current landscape of the luxury real estate.

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“We took it off the market because of the virus. We thought it was a waste of time, we’ll put it back on when the time is right.

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“Luxury product isn’t moving much in Greater Boston at the moment. All the recent sales in Beacon Hill and Back Bay are under $2 million. Ongoing coronavirus precautionary measures such as social distancing hinder the ability to show off a luxury home or host an open house. That said, 112 Woodland Road isn’t the kind of real estate to require an open house,“ Beth said.

Once the pandemic turns over, the famed Brookline mansion will once again be one of the most coveted properties worldwide.

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Darryl Pinto

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Darryl Pinto is a senior MMA writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his graduate degree in Mass Media (with a specialization in Journalism) out of Xavier’s College and has a year's experience in his current role. Darryl specializes in predictions, reporting, and covering UFC events live.

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