It looks like supermodel Gisele Bundchen and quarterback Tom Brady are making the East Coast their permanent home.
After spending nearly four years and $40 million, the superstar couple has put their massive Los Angeles estate on the market – for a cool $50 million – according to TMZ.
The mega mansion boasts a 14,000-foot-square French Chataeu main house designed by Richard Landry with five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a state-of-the-art gym and beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean. The Brentwood, Calif., home is listed with Westside Estate Agency.
Last year, the stunning home was featured in Architectural Digest, in which the couple said they began constructing the house when they started making regular trips to Southern California during the NFL off-season.
The couple said on one of those trips they discovered an open lot with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean near the house they were renting.
“It was important for us to plant roots for our family, and since we both enjoy the creative process, we decided to start from scratch,” Brady told the mag.
During construction, the couple wanted to make the home as ecologically friendly as possible so they incorporated as many recycled components as they could. They included composting, gray-water technology for irrigation and installed two photovoltaic solar panel arrays that would meet the property’s electricity needs.
“From the beginning, we asked everyone involved in the design and construction, ‘How can we make it as sustainable as possible?’” Bundchen told Architectural Digest.
According to TMZ, the couple is currently constructing their East Coast estate near Boston.