Take a Video Tour of Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s Entire Brookline Mansion
A float tank, very classy kids' playroom, and at last, Tom Brady's master bedroom are among the previously unseen gems of this new footage.
It’s been 211 days since Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady first put their Chestnut Hill mansion on the market, breaking many Boston hearts and creating uncertainty about the Patriots quarterback’s future with the team. And today, finally, we can see what Tom Brady’s bedroom looks like.
The original listing included only a handful of photos of the custom-designed interior, featuring tasteful shots of the dining room, kitchen, and a couple of living rooms. It’s since been updated to show more areas, such as the screening room (where Brady watched Patriots playbacks, we assume), yoga studio, and a couple of bathrooms. But the bedrooms had remained a mystery—until listing agency Gibson Sotheby’s International released this video tour of all of the spaces that were previously available only to those with a hankering for a $40 million house and the bank statement to back it up.
The footage starts with some aerial frames before zooming into the home’s foyer and kitchen, and through the interior. Even in previously photographed rooms, the camera captures new close-ups of unique details: a twig-like chandelier that looks as if it’s dripping with frozen water droplets, a second kitchen with a checkered floor and open cabinets, a sink basin that sinks on a tree stump-like pedestal.
Then, the camera navigates upstairs, where it peaks into multiple baths and bedrooms (a couple of kids’ rooms and a guest room), all of which contain a tall ladder to a bonus area. The video also shows a laundry room with four washing machines before revealing Bündchen and Brady’s master bedroom, which boasts vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, and oversized windows.
Down on the lower level, there’s the screening room, a very classy playroom (with a white rug that looks like it’s been printed with kids’ drawings), a wine cellar, a well-equipped gym, and a spa with a massage table and a float tank (which won’t be included in the sale). And that’s all before delving into the guest house–a building most of us would happily live in full-time. To take the tour for yourself, check out the video below.