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Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s Brookline home now $5.6 million cheaper

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The couple had listed the palatial Chestnut Hill estate for nearly $40 million in mid-August

A cozy, yet spacious home office with a long desk, a fireplace with a fire, a long couch facing the desk. Photos via Gibson Sotheby’s

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have cut the price of their approximately 5-acre estate off Woodland Road in the Brookline slice of Chestnut Hill by $5.6 million.

The GOAT and the supermodel had listed the spread—which includes a mansion of around 9,700 square feet, a guest house with approximately 2,400 square feet (and a yoga studio), a pool, a three-car garage (with pavement parking for 20 more, give or take), and an organic vegetable and herb garden—for $39.5 million in early August. There’s even a video of the place as of early March 2020:

Brookline officials approved the estate’s construction in 2013, and the mansion was up by 2015. Landry Design Group’s Richard Landry was the architect.

Whatever the price-chop, the $33.9 million tag still makes the home the most expensive listing in Brookline by far. The next-priciest is a house on Allerton Street asking nearly $13 million.

The original early August listing through Gibson Sotheby’s Beth Dickerson immediately set off alarm bells re: Brady’s status with the New England Patriots. It was much ado about nothing, though: No. 12 has so far led the team to four straight wins in the current NFL season.

A sweeping, lush lawn in front of a large house.
A living room with high ceilings, large windows, and lots of furniture.
A dining room with a wall of windows, and the windows extend to over part of the ceiling.
A big, spacious kitchen with a large island in the center and shelves to the side.
An in-ground pool with a large house in the background.
A small guesthouse with a peaked roof.