Is Tom Brady staying in Florida?
As we Patriots’ fans find ourselves watching the play-offs this year from a position of curiosity rather than passion, we can I hope root for “Patriots South”, aka the Tampa Bay Bucs, home of Tom Brady and Gronk.
Following on from his “you won’t catch me dead living in the Northeast anymore” comment, Brady and Giselle have made moves in real estate which seem to support this statement.
According to this New York Post article Tom and Giselle list NYC mansion, they have sold their Tribeca apartment (which I believe is not a walk-up) for close to $40 million, although they are retaining a smaller unit in the same building.
Confirming the move to Florida, the up and coming quarterback and his aspiring model wife have allegedly purchased a starter home according to this Tom Brady joins Ivanka Trump on billionaire’s island article.
Of course, you don’t get much these days for $17 million, the reported price Tom and Giselle paid, but it is just for the lot as they plan to build a “dream home.” Brady and Bündchen “plan to demolish the current house on the property and build their dream home in the vein of the Architectural Digest-covered mansion in Brentwood, California, that they sold to Dr. Dre,” according to the Post.
Their new neighborhood, Indian Creek Island, made headlines recently when Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner reportedly purchased a $30 million lot there. Also known as “Billionaires’ Bunker,” the island is known for its privacy, security and exclusivity, counting singer Julio Iglesias and activist investor Carl Icahn among its residents.
Let’s hope the latest stimulus checks arrive in time to help with the first mortgage payment.
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