The latest: Tom Brady, 43, and Gisele Bündchen, 40, have plunked down $17 million for a home on Florida’s Indian Creek Island. They were snapped last year at the Met Ball in NYC
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have plunked down $17 million for a home on
The Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback, 43, and the supermodel 40, according to
‘They like to build from the ground up,’ a source said of Brady and Bundchen, who are parents to son Benjamin, 11, and daughter Vivian, eight; while Brady is father to 13-year-old son John Edward Thomas with actress Bridget Moynahan, 49.
The six-time Super Bowl winner with the New England Patriots is currently renting a Tampa mansion owned by MLB Hall-of-Famer Derek Jeter.
The NFL icon was recently spotted near the area in his Viva a Vida superyacht, which spans 40 feet.
The couple is making changes to their real estate portfolio, as they’re on the verge of selling a Manhattan apartment for $40 million and also seeking to purchase a mansion in Los Angeles.
Their neighbors will include Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump who paid $31 million for land on the island.
The Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback, 43, and the supermodel 40, according to Page Six , have plans to tear down the current structure on the premises and erect an eco-friendly mansion. They will be neighbors with Jaren and Ivanka, and Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner
The area is well-guarded, according to the outlet, as it has 13 full-time police for 29 residences
Jared’s brother Joshua Kutchner and his wife Karlie Kloss are also relocating to the area. Josh and Karlie purchased the waterfront property, located on prestigious North Bay Road in Miami Beach, from restaurant and hotel entrepreneur Keith Menin in late August.
The two-story, 14,212-square-foot home boasts eight bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms, as well as a ‘summer kitchen,’ a wine cellar and a private gym.
Other notable residents in the luxe area include Julio Iglesias, supermodel Adriana Lima and billionaires such as Carl Icahn and Jeff Soffer.
The area is well-guarded, according to the outlet, as it has 13 full-time police for 29 residences.
Miami Beach’s top realtor Nelson Gonzalez, who is the Sr. Vice President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty, told the outlet that South Florida remains a destination for luxury home buyers.
‘Everyone wants to be in Miami – they’re coming from New York and California,’ Gonzalez said. ‘The market is crazy right now, there are a lot of hedge fund managers and Silicon Valley buyers who have moved down here and with Goldman Sachs looking to set up shop it’s only going to get busier.’
The exclusive locale is home to other notable residents like Julio Iglesias, supermodel Adriana Lima and billionaires such as Carl Icahn and Jeff Soffer
Kushner and Trump, snapped last month at the White House, paid $31 million for land on the island