Tom Brady’s new mansion in Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker’ revealed as NFL legend prepares to retire in sunny Florida
TOM BRADY looks set to retire in sunny Florida after images of his new mansion in Miami’s “Billionaire Bunker” emerged.
Aerial images of the waterfront plot on the exclusive Indian Creek Island show the multi-million dollar eco-friendly estate in the early stages of construction.
The NFL superstar, 45, called time on an extraordinary career in March – only to change his mind weeks later.
That came after the seven-time Super Bowl winner was left heartbroken after failing to drag Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a second-straight crown.
He will now return for a third season in Florida before spending more time with wife Gisele Bundchen and their three kids at the new home.
Pictures show the under-construction mansion – with four separate structures – taking shape.
Brady and wife Gisele bought the plot for $17 million in 2020, according to reports.
It’s likely to include a main house, pool house and guest quarters.
The power couple were in May seen with architects from Clements Design, Kathleen and Tommy Clements.
They’ve already worked with other A-listers including Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lawrence and Kris Jenner.
Brady and his family previously lived in Brentwood, California before selling the home to Dr Dre for $40m
They’ve also owned properties in New York City and Massachusetts.
In recent years the couple has been renting New York Yankees Hall of Famer Derek Jeter’s Tampa Bay home.
The quarterback made the move from Boston to Florida, renting the stunning seven-bedroom property worth $29million.
The luxury Tampa property boasts a six-car garage, two boat lifts and nearly 9,000 square feet of outdoor space.
It also features an 80-foot-long saltwater lap pool with a heated spa and is surrounded by a six-foot-tall privacy wall that residents in the area reportedly dubbed “The Great Wall of Jeter.”
Brady led the Bucs to a Super Bowl victory in 2021, marking his seventh time winning the championship game – more than any other player in NFL history.
Last season, Brady led the Bucs to the divisional round game, where they lost to the Los Angeles Rams, 30-27.
Brady was first drafted into the NFL in 2000, spending his first 20 seasons with the New England Patriots – where he won six Super Bowl titles.
Brady, an NFL MVP and future Hall-of-Famer, joined the Bucs in 2020.
During his 22-year career, he amassed several all-time records, including most touchdown passes (624) and most passing yards (84,250).
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