Tom and Gisele's Baby Nursery Has Its Own Outdoor Terrace
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's new $20 million manse also has a moat, cigar room, wine cellar and private training facility for the star QB.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have more than just a moat at their $20 million eco-friendly mansion in Brentwood, Calif.
Public records filed with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety reveal the superstar New England quarterback has built his own mini-training facility to ensure he remains in shape when away from the Patriots' Foxborough home base in Massachusetts.
The pièce de résistance is an outdoor salt water plunge pool built into the balcony off the couple's main bedroom.Celebuzz.
The couple bought the $11 million property in 2008 and have spent millions more building it out.
It's a home fit for a family valued at more than $90 million, as you'd expect.
The couple's three children -- Benjamin, 3 and Vivian, who was born in December, along with John, 5, who is Brady's child from a previous relationship with actress Bridget Moynahan -- have indoor and outdoor play areas, complete with swings and a slide.
Others perks of being a top-paid Patriot include a cigar room, wine cellar, an oak paneled library and a living area with two giant television screens.
Inside the master bedroom, Brady, 35, and Bündchen, 32, have matching his and her walk-in closets, plus a huge marble hot tub.
Vivian's nursery is directly across from her parents' bedroom and she has her very own bathroom and outdoor terrace, the plans revealed.
There are two garages and a resort-style lagoon swimming pool in the back yard with outdoor dining area that can be covered should it ever rain.
The eight-bedroom home is spread over two wings that are connected by a covered bridge. There's even a butler's quarters and a service kitchen -- all in case the couple decide to throw a lavish party.
To help with that, the dining room has terraces on either side and a covered Loggia.
The couple purchased the property in 2008 before they married in February of 2009.Bündchen told PEOPLE of the home, which she said has eco-friendly water supply and heating and cooling systems.
"We are planting our own herbs, fruits and vegetables, which will be my favorite part of the house."