Three months after bringing the city of Tampa a Super Bowl ring, Tom Brady is looking for a new place to stay.
Brady had been renting a home from Marlins CEO and Yankees legend Derek Jeter, but that home has now been sold for a record $22.5 million, according to Smith and Associates Real Estate.
The home was originally listed with a price of $29 million, but Jeter’s return still is the largest in the history of Pinellas, Hillsborough and Manatee counties, the real estate page said.
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The estate has just about anything a Hall of Fame quarterback could want. In-home movie theater, pool and heated spa, outdoor kitchen, a professional gym, two boat lifts at the dock, and a clubroom. Sound like a lot? Well, there’s 22,000 square feet on the property so even with the amenities it likely remains a spacious abode.
According to ESPN, Brady began renting the massive complex in April 2020 after he first signed with the Buccaneers.
The process of selling the house clearly did not surprise Brady, however, as he had reportedly been helping Jeter make sure the home was ready for tours any time the realtors were set to bring someone by, the Tampa Bay Times reported.
Where will the star QB live next? Yahoo! Sports reports that he and his wife Giselle Bündchen bought property in Miami back in December. As for during the season, he’s still got a few months to get that figured out.