Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen’s Amazing $14 Million Apartment

Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen’s $14 million apartment may be the only thing more beautiful than this power couple. The stunning pad boasts floor to ceiling windows for a breathtaking skyline view of Manhattan, and it’s not the only incredible property the duo owns. Check out their Manhattan apartment and other stunning properties of this talented couple.

The Power Couple

The Power Couple

Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen are quite a power couple. Brady is a star quarterback for the New England Patriots and has endorsed brands including Uggs, Movado, and Glaceau Smartwater, earning about $7 million a year in endorsements alone. He also launched his own line of vegan snacks, TB12, in 2016.

Brady began dating Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen in 2006, and the couple married in 2009. In 2014, Gisele was listed as the 89th Most Powerful Woman in the World after achieving international success in modeling. She was a Victoria’s Secret Angel for seven years, took on bit acting roles, and has partnered with several companies for her own fashion lines. She’s also an involved philanthropist and environmentalist. No wonder this power couple can afford their stunning New York apartment.

The Stunning Bedroom View

The Stunning Bedroom View

Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen’s $14 million condo in New York City is located on the 47th floor of the famed One Madison building in Manhattan, just a few floors below the building’s three-floor $50 million penthouse. It’s no wonder they have such an incredible skyline view.

The interiors of One Madison were overseen by Yabu Pushelberg, a renowned New York and Toronto based interior design firm whose stylish and modern interiors grace the Las Alcobas hotel in Mexico City and the Caroline Herrera store in New York City. The amazing views in Tom and Gisele’s apartment don’t stop there.

Bright Lights, Big City

Bright Lights, Big City

It must be difficult to watch television at night with the incredible backdrop of a lit-up Manhattan surrounding you. Floor to ceiling windows are found throughout the three-bedroom condo, and make the most of that amazing 47th floor view. We’re guessing Tom and Gisele aren’t afraid of heights.

Their $14 million digs aren’t the couple’s first foray into the world of Manhattan real estate. Tom Brady previously owned a condo at the Time Warner Center, which he sold for a cool $17.5 million, and Gisele Bündchen owned a triplex penthouse on West 11th Street, which she sold for $4.4 million.

The Modern Sitting Room

The Modern Sitting Room

There isn’t a single room in Gisele and Tom’s One Madison apartment that doesn’t have a stunning view. Their modern sitting room’s neutral color palate lets that view take center stage. There’s plenty of room in this $14 million pad for their two children to run and play.

The corner sitting room has north and east views, and an open floor plan to take advantage of all that natural light. The condo was originally listed at $16.5 million, though we can hardly call a $14 million home a steal. Of course, the dining area and kitchens are a major selling point for this power couple’s cool condo.

The Dining Area

The Dining Area

The One Madison condo’s dining area is no less stunning than the rest of the apartment. A sculptural, modern lamp hangs over a family dining table looking out onto the city. Though they settled on this incredible apartment, they were also considering some other options.

Tom and Gisele were checking out a 2,800-square-foot $11.5 million duplex with a 400-square-foot terrace in the Walker Tower luxury development at 212 West 18th Street before settling on their residence at One Madison in the summer of 2013. The dining area isn’t the only family friendly space in this apartment. Just wait until you see the children’s room.

An Incredible Children’s Room

An Incredible Children’s Room

Can you imagine the life of Tom Brady andGisele Bündchen’s kids? The couple have a daughter, Vivian Lake Brady, born in 2012, and a son, Benjamin Brady, born in 2009—and those kids have the most incredible children’s rooms ever. Brady also has another son, Jack, who he shares with his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.

Like every other space in the apartment, the children’s rooms has floor to ceiling windows that look out over Manhattan. This isn’t the only place the Brady children rest their heads. The family splits their time between New York and a 14,000-square foot mansion in Boston’s exclusive Brookline suburb. The couple also owned a newly constructed $20 million home in Los Angeles with a castle-like play area for the kids and a moat, but sold it to Dr. Dre.

An Open Floorplan

An Open Floorplan

One of the things that may have drawn Brady and Bündchen to their $14 million apartment in the Flatiron district is the open floor plan. The main living space connects to an open kitchen and separate dining area, giving the entire apartment a light, open, and airy feeling.

Their New York abode is approximately 3,300-square-feet, which amounts to a staggering $4,242 per square foot. At least the open floor plan makes the most of that space, especially since the Brady bunch have gotten used to their massive Brookline mansion. One of the best features of the apartment is the ability to cook and interact with the family at the same time.

Talk While You Cook

Talk While You Cook

With little children running around, it’s important to be able to see where they’re at even while preparing dinner. It’s likely that the One Madison apartment’s kitchen gets a lot of use, considering Tom and Gisele’s strict diets.

Tom and Gisele say about 80 percent of their diet is vegetarian. The power couple relies on the help of their personal chef Allen Campbell, who believes a plant-based diet has the power to reverse and prevent disease. Even the couple’s kids eat a healthy diet, with the whole family cutting out white sugar, white flour, iodized salt, canola oil, caffeine, and dairy.

A Bright Bathroom

A Bright Bathroom

Even the bathroom is beautiful. The Brady clan gets ready in the morning in front of skyline views. Gisele, who has talked about her makeup routine in the past, likes to keep her off-duty look natural and simple by rubbing Chanel’s Les Beiges Healthy Glow Foundation on her face.

The apartment has two and half baths in total, with the largest off the master bedroom, one attached to a guest bedroom, and a half bath in the hall by the great room.All the bathrooms make use of natural light and clean lines for a modern look.

Clean Lines

Clean Lines

There’s no space for clutter in these super modern bathrooms. Marble countertops and floors lend a clean look to the rooms, but it’s not exactly clear where the famous supermodel would store her beauty supplies.

Even though their $14 million apartment is incredible, Brady and Bündchen are already looking to unload the apartment and upgrade to a $20-million 5,000 square foot New York City apartment in Tribeca that’s still being designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern. In the meantime, they’re renting out their One Madison apartment for a whopping $40,000 a month (plus an additional $2,500 for the furniture).

A Marble Tub

A Marble Tub

If you don’t have $40,000 a month to take a soak in Gisele and Tom’s gorgeous marble tub, at least you can look at pictures of the space. It’s hard to believe their $14 million apartment will go back on the market after just four years, but the duo are moving on to bigger and better real estate, putting their apartment back on the market for $17.25 million.

When One Madison’s luxury condos first hit the market in 2007, the building almost immediately ran into financial woes. Lawsuits plagued the high rise until new management took over, and they were able to attract A-list buyers like Tom and Gisele. So how can this power couple afford to move to an even ritzier pied-a-terre?

Tom Brady’s Net Worth

Tom Brady’s Net Worth

The New England Patriots quarterback’s net worth is estimated at a staggering $180 million—much more than many quarterbacks thanks to a heavy rotation of endorsements and some smart investments. Tom Brady recently signed a two-year contract with the New England Patriots for $41 million, including a $28 million signing bonus, and an annual average salary of $20.5 million.

Of course, that doesn’t include Brady’s endorsement deals. At $7 million a year, Tom Brady is very near the top in terms of NFL players’ off-field earnings, beat out by Peyton Manning who leads the sport with $12 million a year in endorsements. If you think that’s a lot of money, you won’t believe his wife’s net worth.

Gisele Bündchen’s Net Worth

Gisele Bündchen’s Net Worth

Since 2004, Gisele Bündchen has been one of the highest-paid models in the world. Modeling, along with several other ventures, has added up to a net worth of $360 million for this 36-year-old Brazilian beauty.

In 2016, Gisele earned an estimated $30.5 million, dwarfing her husband’s earnings despite his many endorsement deals and career success. In addition to landing high paying contracts with brands like Chanel, Bündchen has worked as a television producer, actor, and designer by partnering with high end brands for her own lines. All this adds up to a combined net worth of $540 million for this dynamic power couple.

Their Brookline Mansion

Their Brookline Mansion

Just a year after selling their massive Los Angeles compound to Dr. Dre, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen settled into their home in Massachusetts. The custom-built home in Chestnut Hill—right next to the Brookline Country Club that was so exclusive it even refused Tom Brady membership—is moat free, unlike their previous abode.

Their $14 million One Madison apartment had 3,300 square feet of space to spread out in, but that’s nothing compared to this sprawling 15-bedroom mansion with 14,000 square feet of space. The Brookline home is just a quick drive away from Boston, where Brady plays for the New England Patriots.

Upgrading to a $20 Million Apartment

Upgrading to a $20 Million Apartment

As beautiful as their $14 million three-bedroom apartment in the Flatiron district was, supermodel Gisele Bündchen and NFL star Tom Brady have decided to upgrade to an even ritzier New York City pad in Tribeca. The five-bedroom luxury apartment overlooks the Hudson River and is located at 70 Vestry, a luxury Robert A.M. Stern-designed building. More photos are available at //www.70vestry.com/.

The 14-story building has cycling studios, yoga and Pilates rooms, a squash quart, an 82-foot lap pool, and a sauna and steam room for the Brady bunch to enjoy. Take a peek at what’s going on inside their beautiful new apartment on the next page.

The Pool

The Pool

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen won’t have to leave their building to go for a swim in their 82-foot lap pool. The 70 Vestry features an incredible spa suite shared by the building’s residents lined with split-face marble, brushed limestone, and Taj Mahal quartzite.

The duo is expected to move out of their One Madison pied-a-terre once construction is complete on their $20 million New York pad in 2018. Then they’ll also be able to enjoy the building’s library and billiards room, while their adorable kids have fun in the children’s playroom designed by Roto. That’s not all their new building has to offer.

Gorgeous Interiors

Gorgeous Interiors

The 70 Vestry enlisted the help of renowned architect and designer Daniel Romualdez to give their rooms a stunning interior design. Romualdez is known for using traditional and natural materials and applying them in distinctly modern ways.

This seems like a great design fit for Tom and Gisele, since the couple clearly loves modern design (as seen in their current One Madison apartment), but Gisele also has a green, natural aesthetic that plays into her environmentalism. The 70 Vestry’s gorgeous views are very different than the One Madison’s views, overlooking the serene Hudson River instead of the bright Manhattan skyline.

Panoramic River Views

Panoramic River Views

While their One Madison apartment boasts unobstructed panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, Gisele and Tom are trading that in for view of the Hudson River. The 70 Vestry apartment features sprawling terraces for the couple to enjoy some time outside.

The NFL star and model will also be able to take the Brady kids out to the Hudson River Park, which will serve as their backyard. While their $14 million apartment was beautiful, their new apartment seems to be more geared toward enjoying family friendly activities while they’re staying in New York. The extra 2,000 square feet gives the children more room to play.

A Grand Entrance

A Grand Entrance

The 70 Vestry has an entrance grand enough to match its immaculately designed apartments and dazzling amenities. Rumor has it that Tom and Gisele chose their new apartment because of the privacy of the porte-cochère entrance, which they can drive into, providing shelter from snooping paparazzi.

Some may be surprised the couple didn’t splurge for the stunning $65 million penthouse, especially considering their combined net worth, but since the pair has been renting out their One Madison apartment since 2014, it’s likely that the couple spends more time in their Brookline mansion close to the New England Patriots than in New York.

Tom Brady’s Boston Condo Sale

Tom Brady’s Boston Condo Sale

Tom and Gisele seem to be a real estate savvy couple, and they’re not afraid to buy or sell. When the pair sells their $14 million One Madison apartment, it won’t be their first major sale. In 2012, Brady put his 310 Beacon Street condo in Boston on the market for $9.2 million before moving to their sprawling mansion in nearby Brookline.

The 5,000 square foot penthouse closed for well under the $10.5 million asking price, but still cost the buyers a whopping $1,730 per square foot. The Boston condo sale was just the start of this real estate power couple’s sales, and ultimately led them to their $14 million One Madison apartment.

Hey, You Can Rent It!

Hey, You Can Rent It!

How much would you pay to rent Tom and Gisele’s jaw-dropping, top-of-the-line Manhattan apartment? It’s available, for a price: $45,000 a month. That’s as much as many hardworking people make per year. But if you’re providing your own furniture, you can knock $2,500 off that hefty fee for a grand total of $42,500.

The rental is being handled through Coleman Real Estate Group, who does not mention the unit’s famous denizens by name on its website. The company’s website says that “Everything down to the cutlery and new linens are included in this rental offering.” Can you imagine eating a bowl of Wheaties with Tom Brady’s very own spoon?