LOOK: You can buy Tom Brady's L.A. mansion (if you have $50 mil)
Tom Brady is selling his house. It can be yours for $50 million.
(Via the Huffington Post):
See that? That's the house Brady; his wife, Giselle; and his kids share for some of the year. It's a 14,000-square foot mansion in the exclusive Los Angeles neighborhood of Brentwood, and he's selling it. And it can be yours. But only if you have about $50 million.
As Brady told Architectual Digest last year, "Gisele and I have eight sisters between us, and there are lots of kids. We built this house as a sanctuary for our family -- a place where we can enjoy being together." That's a pretty big sanctuary.
More from that Architectural Digest piece:
One of their primary imperatives when building their home was to use as many recycled components as possible and to implement energy and water systems that would ameliorate the family’s impact on the land. In addition to composting, gray-water technology for irrigation, and environmentally friendly construction materials, the pair installed two substantial arrays of photovoltaic solar panels (one next to the garden, the other on the roof of the house) that would meet all of the property’s electricity needs. “From the beginning we asked everyone involved in the design and construction, ‘How can we make it as sustainable as possible?’” [Gisele] Bundchen says.
If you can come up with the scratch, you could own the six-bedroom house that features a gourmet kitchen, library, a pool and a koi-filled moat.
According to TMZ, the couple is moving to Massachusetts full-time. No word on if the new house will feature a heated moat for all of those koi.
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