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Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s Brookline home now the most expensive in town

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Reebok founder Paul Fireman has cut the price of his own Brookline expanse to a mere $33 million

A mansion’s grand entry foyer with a winding marble staircase and a statue in the middle of the foyer. Photos via Douglas Elliman’s Sarkis Team

Reebok founder Paul Fireman has cut the price of his palatial Brookline estate to $33 million. The approximately 7-acre expanse off Woodland Road (pictured herein), which includes a 26,623-square-foot house with 24 rooms and nine fireplaces, had been asking $38 million since October.

That sum easily made the estate Brookline’s priciest listing. Now it’s No. 2. Who’s No. 1?

No. 12. Patriots quarterback (for now) Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bündchen cut the price of their own Woodland Road estate by $5.6 million in October; but that still left the 5-acre complex with an approximately 9,700-square-foot mansion at $33.9 million.

It’s been on the market now for more than six months. During that time, the Pats’ season ended in an ignominious early postseason defeat, and Brady is set to become a free agent in March. It’s unclear if the GOAT will return to Gillette Stadium next season. Stay tuned.

The back of a large two-story mansion with a large patio with furniture.
A palatial dining room with a chandelier above a long table with chairs and two statues at the end.
A large living room with furniture and a piano in the foreground with a statue on it.
A wood-paneled den with a fireplace and furniture and a large opening leading to a marble entryway.