May 24, 2024

Tom Brady Is Retiring—Rent His Tampa Home for $60K a Month

It’s finally quitting time for Tom Brady.

The famous quarterback just announced his retirement from the game that made him a household name. You may recall, he also said he was leaving pro football in 2022. But this time—he promises—it’s “for good.”

Either way, Brady’s dazzling Tampa, FL, home, in the posh Davis Island section of the city, is up for rent. The six-bedroom, seven-bath, 6,500-square-foot abode is available for $60,000 a month—truly a listing for those with very deep pockets.

Here’s a look inside.

The house was built in 2019.

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An open floor plan in the living area

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There’s generous, formal dining space.

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Luxe details fill the kitchen.

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The splendid home is surrounded by gorgeous Tampa Bay views from every angle. The place also boasts a contemporary design with high-end materials. The kitchen features a marble island; Wolf appliances; and a double-door, Sub-Zero fridge.

Nearby, the main bedroom is a study is luxury. There are 13-foot windows in the sleeping space and bath, plus a gorgeous soaking tub for two. An elevator zips you up and down to the other bedrooms, which all include en suite baths.

And you can toast this stunning spread with a fine Cabernet from the home’s custom wine cellar.

Outside, a pool, spa, and covered double deck await. The beautiful waterfront home also comes with a private boat dock and lift.

The massive main boudoir

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Soak up the views as you bathe.

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A petite pool just steps from the house

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Brady’s official retirement means he’ll have more time with his family, of course; but it certainly doesn’t leave him unemployed.

After a storied, 23-season career with the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; and seven Super Bowl championships to his name, the 45-year-old is taking his vast experience to television. Last year, Brady inked a 10-year, $375 million deal to work at Fox Sports as an NFL analyst.

Randy White contributed to this report.

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