Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s New Mansion Is Complete

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After almost two years, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s new mansion in Brentwood, Calif., is finally complete, reports Daily Mail. The mega-mansion cost $20 million and is about 22,000-square-feet. (That means that in the Brady-Bundchen house, every spot you stand in is worth just south of $1,000. Think about that the next time you’re there.)

The property has all the usual celebrity mansion amenities: eight bedrooms, a six-car garage, a spa, a pool, and of course, what we imagine to be one tricked-out state-of-the-art gym. Photos also reveal that Gisele was true to her word about building an environmentally friendly house. Solar panels cover the roof.

Tom and Gisele bought the land for $11 million in 2008. In December 2012, Gisele gave birth to their second child, Vivian Lake. Also members of the Brady bunch are Vivian’s older brother Benjamin and older half-brother John.

The Brady-Bundchen home has already been compared to castles and palaces, but check out the storefront patios and awnings. Looks more like a high-end shopping pavilion to me. The better to hold all of Gisele’s clothes, my dears.

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  • MJ

    Do-As-I-Say-Not-As-I-Do “environmentalist” Gisele!

  • Jeremy

    Does it really need to be pointed out that covering a mansion with solar panels does not make it “environmentally friendly”?

    Apparently, yes. And unfortunately that goes for the author as well as the proud owners of the manse.

    • Yiqing Shao

      Jeremy, you're correct — solar panels alone are not enough to dictate Tom and Gisele's home 100% Mother Nature-approved. However, in my opinion, they have made fair efforts as celebrities living under public scrutiny to appease those who demand that they limit their carbon footprint.

  • mehhh

    On Gisele's blog it says over 80% of the materials to build were recycled and they have a rain water recovery system.