Speculation continues to swirl around the future of football legend Tom Brady, and the potential sale of his Brookline mansion could offer some clues.
A recent tweet from NFL Network reporter Michael Giardi notes that Brady and his family are “holed up” in their Manhattan apartment and that their Brookline home “remains unsold,” according to a report by CBSN Boston.
For those of you who follow the real estate, Tom Brady and family are currently holed up in Manhattan. In fact, Super G and the kids took up the space before the season ended and Tom joined them after. The house in Brookline remains unsold.
— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) January 28, 2020
Brady’s contract with the Patriots ends this March, which means that the six-time Super Bowl winner could end up on another team if the Patriots decide not to reup.
The Brookline mansion is currently listed by Beth Dickerson of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty for $33.9 million. Curbed Boston reported in October that the 5-acre Chestnut Hill estate first went on the market in August of 2019 for $39.5 million.
The Sotheby’s listing notes that the 12,112-square-foot residence was built in 2015 and sits on five acres. It includes five bedrooms, a three-car garage, a stoned carport and circular driveway capable of holding up to 20 vehicles.
“Entry foyer leads to a stunning dining room, living room, home office, eat-in and chef’s kitchen and a family room all with generous fenestration,” the listing notes.
The residence also includes a recreation room, kids playroom, full bath, wine room, gym, spa and organic garden.
The 2400-square-foot detached barn-inspired guest house features a yoga studio, full bath, sleeping loft and “walls that open up for natural air circulation provide a Zen-like experience.”