Tom Brady’s former ‘museum-quality’ condo is on the market for $7 million
A massive condo once owned by 7-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady is now on the market in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. As first reported by Boston Globe, Brady sold the 3,422 square-foot, 10-room condo in 2008, but now it's back on the market for $6,995,000.
Referred to as thee "Burrage Mansion," the French Renaissance-style home is located at 314 Commonwealth Ave., which is just a few block from Fenway, and was originally built in 1899 for attorney, philanthropist and industrialist Albert C. Burrage. The home was also most recently featured in the 2019 film adaption of "Little Women," reports the Globe.
Besides the apparent feeling of living in a castle, the home also features a marble master bathroom, custom closets, chandeliers, and (if you've ever lived in Boston, you know this is a big deal) an extremely coveted onsite garage with two parking spaces. "This 3-bedroom home comprises the 2nd floor of the Burrage Mansion, a landmark corner building that is the epitome of style and opulence with museum-quality detail throughout its graciously scaled interiors," says the listing.
While the swanky condo has been in Brady's rearview for some time, the Tampa Bay Bucs star's current living situation is up in the air.
The GOAT moved into Derek Jeter's crib back in April. However, shortly after moving in, Brady complained on the Howard Stern Show that people were parking their boats outside his house. It was then heavily rumored that Brady was purchasing a modern, secluded oceanfront Clearwater home through a LLC back in October. But since the home has yet to be sold, this seems more and more unlikely.
For now, Jeter's castle on Davis Islands is the current pad for Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen, but that may not last forever since the former Yankee legend's house is currently for sale. In the meantime, Brady recently signed a one-year extension with the Bucs, keeping him here through 2022.
So, he may need to find a more permanent place to make his weird, tip-less banana smoothies.
Photos via listing service Campion and Company.
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