Tom Brady Can Watch the Super Bowl In His New $20 Million House
The New England Patriots lose, but Tom Brady always wins. While the Patriots lost to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game on Sunday, their quarterback may not dwell on the disappointing defeat for too long. Aside from being disgustingly good looking (according to women we eavesdrop on), a supermodel wife and three rings from previous Super Bowls, Tom Brady has a new 22,000 square-foot mansion in California to soothe his pain.
After investing three years and $20 million dollars to build the enormous complex, Brady and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, are ready to move into the house, which seems big enough to have its own ZIP code. Surely there's at least one TV on which Brady can watch Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3:
How great is Brady's life? Put it this way, he could find out that he contracted a disease which will eventually make his manhood shrink down to the size of golf pencil and he'd still have reason to smile. The $20 million house has a moat… A MOAT! The closest most people get to having a moat around their home is when there's a water main break in their neighborhood. Let's just hope that after spending $20 million to build this castle, Brady set aside a budget for crocodiles, knights and mead.
In addition to the moat, there's a play area the size of Rhode Island for their kids and a pool in which you could sail a tall ship. No word on whether or not there's a separate room for Tom's UGGs.