Tom Brady has expanded his $17 million Miami mansion, and the former Patriots and Bucs quarterback installed a private dock, a pickleball court and even a vegetable garden, new photos show.
Brady and his ex-wife Gisele Bundchen bought the home together four years ago and the property is finally nearing completion, nine months after DailyMail.com published exclusive photos of the ongoing construction.
Since then, Brady’s home on Indian Creek Island has changed quite a bit and several amenities have been added to the massive home.
New photos show Brady is building a private boat dock on the water not far from his home.
Additionally, the seven-time Super Bowl winner installed a pickleball court, with basketball hoops on either side as well.
Photos of Tom Brady’s Miami home show the former NFL star is building a private dock on the property.
Brady, 46, also installed a pickleball court, with basketball hoops at both ends, and a nearby vegetable garden.
An aerial view of the house shows it is almost completely finished, after four years of work on the sprawling property.
However, there appears to be a small amount of construction work going on at the rear of the massive house.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen bought the property together in 2020, before the couple split two years later.
And right next to the court there are orchards, most of which have not yet been filled with soil.
A photo also shows construction work in progress, apparently at the back of the house.
Otherwise, aerial shots of the home suggest it is almost completely finished, with the home located right over the water in a private Miami neighborhood.
Indian Creek Island is nicknamed the “Billionaire’s Bunker” due to the area’s large number of celebrities and high rollers, including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
The island can only be accessed via a bridge guarded by a guard and has 24-hour security by land, air and sea.
The 300-acre island is occupied by just 34 properties with an average value of $20 million.
DailyMail.com previously revealed that the quarterback, worth more than $500 million, contributed nothing toward the purchase of the property, instead opting to take out a mortgage for the full amount plus the option to borrow more. 17 million dollars.
Brady’s home is located right on the water in Miami, Florida, and within the exclusive community of Indian Creek Island.
Most of Brady’s garden has not yet been filled with soil, as the pictures show. The property was purchased for $17 million.
Other home amenities include a yoga deck, solar panels, a cabana, and a main and outdoor kitchen.
The total cost of the house could reach close to $30 million due to $10 million in construction costs since it was purchased.
When he and Bundchen split in October 2022, Brady took over the building’s renovations while Bündchen purchased her own property across the canal.
Before the separation, Bündchen had paid $1.3 million for a three-bedroom beachfront home in Surfside, which she had remodeled, according to building records.
The 42-year-old then spent $11.5 million on a five-bedroom, 6,600-square-foot property a few doors down from the smaller home and across the street from her ex-husband’s home.
The former couple aimed to build a permanent home in Miami’s Indian Creek Country Club community for themselves and their children, John Edward, Benjamin and Vivian.
The total cost of the home is expected to be close to $30 million, as they paid $17 million for the land and an additional $10.12 million in construction costs for the custom home.
The home also includes a yoga deck, solar panels, a cabana, and a main and outdoor kitchen.
Floor plans of the home previously obtained by the New York Post show it spans a whopping 17,000 square feet and includes five bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, plus an elevator, a movie theater and a guest suite.
The former couple aimed to build a permanent home in Miami’s Indian Creek Country Club community for themselves and their children, 10-year-old John Edward, Benjamin and Vivian.
The island, less than half a square mile in size, has been a magnet for billionaires, celebrities and power couples who have sought it out for their privacy and security.
Brady retired in February 2023 (this time, he insisted, for good), but he still looks like he could play.
After a career as a legendary player in the NFL, Brady hung up his cleats, for the second and final time, in February 2023.
But he will soon return to the spotlight as an NFL analyst for Fox Sports.
He signed a 10-year, $375 million deal with the network and is set to begin calling games this fall.
Even at the age of 46, Brady is still in excellent physical shape, as he ran a faster 40-yard dash time this week than he did when he was just 22 years old.
In a video shared on social media, Brady is seen explaining how he ran the 40-yard dash in 5.28 seconds at the NFL Combine, a poor score before he was drafted in the sixth round.
Brady had two friends who timed him in the race: one clocked him at 5:18 and another stopped the clock at 5:12.