Meet the mansion in which Tom Brady could take refuge after announcing his retirement from the NFL
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On Tuesday, February 1, 2022, an era in the NFL came to an end after Tom Brady's retirement confirmed, considered one of the best quarterbacks in history.
Brady, who is married to Gisele Bundchen, has been living in the state of Florida since 2020, so it would not be surprising if he remains there until he decides what to do with his life.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots player acquired his current home after spending a few months in Derek Jeter's former mansion, considered the most expensive in Tampa.
Although his residence located in indian creek, is not as spectacular as Jeter's; Brady and Gisele have all the luxuries we can imagine and enviable privacy.
The property, whose interior details are unknown because it was acquired on October 30, 2020, in an off-market operation, would have had a value of $17 million dollars.
It is only known that it was built in 1948, that it has an extension of 5,772 square feet, with five bathrooms, with five bedrooms, with a hall, with a kitchen, with a dining room, with a living room, with a main room, among other rooms.
To the exterior, on his 1.84 acre lot, enjoys extensive green areas, swimming pool, its own dock, among other amenities.
According to information from various media, the couple plans to transform it and make it environmentally friendly, so it would not be surprising if they decide to keep it and turn it into their retirement home or their weekend home.
In that area, known as the 'Billionaires' Bunker', there are personalities of the stature of Ivanka Trump by Adriana Lima by Jeffrey Soffer, among others.
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