The football star's home includes a pool, a yoga studio and a cobblestone driveway that can fit 20 cars
Tom Brady may have recently agreed to play with the New England Patriots through the 2021-2022 season, but the football star is leaving his Boston mansion behind.
The custom 9,716 square feet home was designed by the renowned architect Richard Landry and built in 2015. The Brookline location kept the New England-based couple only a short drive away from the city of Boston, Fenway Park and Harvard University.
Outside, the mansion features a sprawling green lawn and a cobblestone driveway that can fit 20 cars. Once inside, the entry foyer leads to the dining room and living room — complete with high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and wooden beams.
The dining area also includes skylights equipped with glass light fixtures, giving the room an open-air feel with plenty of natural light.
The mansion contains two kitchens — an eat-in kitchen with a large island and a chef’s kitchen. The kitchens also include the wooden ceiling beams, which are combined with copper hardware giving off a rustic feel.
A grand staircase leads to the five bedrooms on the second floor while the lower level features a recreation room, a kids’ playroom, a wine room, gym and spa.
Outside, the backyard boasts a large, tiled inground pool, as well as an outdoor organic herb and vegetable garden and a barn-style guest house.
In the 2,400 square feet guest house located in the backyard, visitors to the mansion will find a yoga studio, a full bathroom and a sleeping loft. The guest house — which is built to look like a rustic, country barn — also features walls that open up for natural air circulation for a “zen-like experience,” according to the listing.