09:44 EST, 19 March 2014
10:09 EST, 19 March 2014
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are reported to be leaving Los Angeles for good after finally completing their Brentwood fortress just last year.
The couple are said to be selling their palatial estate for a cool $50million after spending nearly five years and $40million dollars designing and building the mega home.
The NFL star, 36, and the Brazilian model, 33, are already in the process of building another massive mansion in Boston where they are reportedly planning on living with their family full-time.
Ditching LA: Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady are selling their Los Angeles fortress for $50million
Both the East and West coast estates are over 14,000 square feet each, according to TMZ, and have cost the pair a fortune in construction.
The stunning Los Anglees abode is said to be all about eco-friendly living – despite the fact that it even has its own moat.
The mansion also boasts eight bedrooms, a six-car garage, a lagoon-shaped swimming pool with spa, and a wine cellar.
Going East: The high powered couple are making a permanent move to Boston, pictured in New York in May
Proud owners: The NFL star and the supermodel had their Brentwood fortress featured in Architectural Digest
The two wings are connected by a bridge and there’s a nursery for Benjamin, a lift and a butler’s room.
The couple bought the land in 2008 for $11million and had plans drawn up for the property which they then had amended as they didn’t think the building was big enough.
Thankfully, money is no object for the young couple who are worth almost $90million, thanks to her modelling and his NFL contract with the New England Patriots, and various endorsements.
A fortress: The mega home features a moat
The house is located near the hills for the hike-loving couple who often go for long walks with their dogs.
Their neighbours include Arnold Schwarzenegger and Heidi Klum.
MailOnline has contacted Gisele’s rep for comment.
Eco-friendly: The house also has solar panels and a chicken coop along with a massive garage and gym
Meanwhile, the football player has hired 100 construction workers to pound away night and day on his Boston manse, per TMZ.
The massive estate will feature a spa, five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a motor court, a pool with a Baja shelf – which means you can get a tan while lying in the shallow end – a library with a balcony, a wine cellar and a yoga studio.
The house will sit on 5.2 acres of land.
In October the town of Brookline approved plans for the house, which is on Woodland Road in the Chestnut Hill area.
Bob Kraft, the CEO of The Kraft Group, will be a neighbour down the street.