New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen, are house hunting in the New York suburbs.
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According to the New York Post, the power couple is looking outside their beloved Patriots country including in Greenwich, Connecticut and Alpine, New Jersey.
Houses in Alpine range from $699,000 to a whopping $59 million for a mansion on a 27-acre estate, once owned by industrial tycoon Henry Frick. If the couple moved there, their neighbors would include Chris Rock, P Diddy, Lil' Kim and Mary J Blige. Stevie Wonder and Wesley Snipes used to live there, but Snipes failed to pay taxes on his $8 million Alpine pied-a-terre.
Greenwich homes fall between $2 million and $10 million-plus, roughly, for estates, according to Bloomberg.
The couple currently has a home at 70 Vestry Street in New York City’s Tribeca, but are reportedly seeking a more spacious house with room for their two children and dogs to enjoy.
They plan to keep their five-bedroom Tribeca home, which was purchased for $25.5 million. The couple apparently was taken with the apartment’s 12th-floor balcony and loved the significance of "12" -- Brady's jersey number.
Their neighbors in the New York City building include NBA star Kevin Love and Formula One racing champ Lewis Hamilton, who bought the penthouse for $40.7 million.
Former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski purchased a condo in Miami for $1.7 million after selling his Boston penthouse for $2.3 million this week.
Brady and Bündchen also own a 5.2-acre property in the Brookline-Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts area for $4.5 million. The custom-designed, 14,317 square-foot home is just a few miles from Gillette Stadium, where the Patriots play. They also once owned a massive mansion in Brentwood, California with solar panels and a chicken coop, when they were first married.
Brady is set to start his 20th season in the NFL this fall and there are rumors he may retire next year – possibly to New York?