After moving south this offseason to become a Tampa Bay Buc, Brady and his wife supermodel Gisele Bundchen purchased the property at 26 Indian Creek in Miami’s Billionaire Bunker for more than $17 million.
— TRD South Florida (@trdmiami) December 11, 2020
TB12’s Current Housing Situation
Tom Brady and his family are currently renting Yankees legend Derek Jeter’s Tampa mansion.
They still own a Manhattan property that they currently are trying to sell for $40 million, and the couple wants to purchase another home in Los Angeles.
These real estate dealings make it crystal clear that TB12 is done with cold weather.
"You won't catch me dead living in the Northeast anymore."
— NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSBoston) December 10, 2020
The New House
Located in Miami’s Billionaire Bunker, the current home has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and is 5,172 square feet.
But the plan is to demolish the current home and build a new one similar to the Brentwood, California home they sold to Dr. Dre.
They plan to build an environmentally friendly mansion.
The property directly borders the water, and TB12 has not wasted any time sailing in on his 40 foot yacht called Viva a Vida.
With that price tag, the neighbors are sure to be wealthy celebrity types.
Supermodel Adriana Lima lives there and so does real estate developer (and ex-husband of supermodel Elle Macpherson) Jeff Soffer.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have also reportedly purchased a plot of land in this area for $31 million.
Focus On Football
All real estate purchases aside, Tom Brady is back from a bye week ready to lift the 7-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers into the postseason.
Currently the Bucs are seeded 6th in the NFC; 7 teams will advance.
Behind them in the 7th spot at 6-6 is their Week 14 opponent, the Minnesota Vikings.
Needless to say, this is a must-win game for both teams.
After Minnesota, the Bucs’ remaining opponents are Atlanta, Detroit, and Atlanta again in the regular season finale.
Offensive issues have plagued the team in recent weeks so it will be interesting to see what adjustments were made in the bye week to try to build a more successful offense.