Don't worry if you were never invited into the massive Brookline, Massachusetts, home Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen are currently trying to sell — now you can see inside of it, anyway.
A video tour of the mansion, which recently dropped in price from $39.5 million to a cool $33.9 million, has been released by Beth Dickerson of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty, the realtor with whom the luxe property is listed. The famous couple put the home on the market on August 6, 2019, ahead of what many speculate may have been Brady's final season with the New England Patriots.
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The clip gives an in-depth look at the 12,112 square foot, single-family house that sits on just over five acres of land in the Boston suburb. The home boasts five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms and a three-car garage in addition to an in-home gym, spa, and at least two kitchens — and, of course, a pool in the backyard.
The home was shared by Brady, Bündchen, 10-year-old son Benjamin, 7-year-old daughter Vivian, and Brady's 12-year-old son Jack from his previous relationship with Bridget Moynahan.
Amid rumors that Brady is seeking a job with a new NFL team outside of Massachusetts, Bündchen admitted that even she doesn't know where she'll be living for the remainder of 2020, but did say that she and her children "love" living in New England.