Photos: Tom Brady & Gisele Bundchen Have Chosen Their Tampa Bay Mansion

Tom Brady has arrived in Tampa Bay. His arrival made some really cool headlines. TB12 is in the process of moving his wife and kids into a new home. Brady and Gisele will live in a 30,000-square foot mansion on Davis Islands in Tampa Bay. Yankees Hall of Fame shortstop Derek Jeter has built the mansion as confirmed by the Tampa Bay Times.

The Brady family is renting the mansion. It features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an entertainment room and billiards room that goes  around a pool with two boat lifts leading to Tampa Bay. According to sources, the mansion is “nearly 22,000 square feet heated, and nearly 33,000 overall.”

Hillsborough County tax records reports that the estimated value goes at $14,020,436. The 2019 tax bill was $226,751.78. This is a lot more than what most people paid for their home.

Brady and Gisele have entered a new Tampa Bay chapter

How much will Brady pay to rent Jeter’s house?

The former Patriots quarterback will pay at least $75,000 a month. That’s a lot of money, but hey, Brady and Gisele can afford that.

Jennifer Zales is a Coldwell Banker agent who has been working with many professional athletes. According to her, there are not too many homes like this one in the area. It’s hard to find a home for rent. The mansions she has listed of this scale could go for $75,000 a month or more.

Brady signed a two-year contract with the Bucs. His deal will bring him $50 million. The contract was signed two weeks ago. The money Brady will receive will bring nearly $9 million in performance incentives. Brady and his family are looking forward to the new chapter. His kids will love the area, and Gisele will love the warm weather in Tampa Bay.

When it comes to Brady’s former team, the Patriots are facing a few challenges at the moment. They need to find a replacement for Brady. The organization lost a few valuable player this offseason, so head coach Bill Belichick will have to find a solution for the situation. Brady is out of the team now, and he is ready for his own challenges. It’s time for a change.