Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen finally sell their One Madison pad after price chop to $14M

July 13, 2018

Even if golden couple Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have left the neighborhood for a $20 million five-bedroom spread at Robert A.M. Stern’s 70 Vestry in Tribeca, a buyer was happy enough to snatch up their Flatiron pad at 23 East 22nd Street after a price chop. As 6sqft previously reported, the New England Patriots’ quarterback and the Brazilian-born supermodel seemed to be getting serious about selling when they cut the asking price to $13.95 million; the apartment is now spoken for and off the market, according to the New York Observer. The couple bought the 48th-floor unit for $11.7 million in 2014 and put it on the market for $17.25 million in 2016–with no takers until now.

The 48th floor condo has impressive 360-degree views of the city from just about every angle.

The apartment’s interiors were designed by Peter Marino (“the leather daddy of luxury”). Inside the glassy tower, the great room looks out over the Empire State Building, the Hudson River and Madison Square Park.

The corner living room frames views of the Freedom Tower and all of Manhattan’s bridges for picture-perfect daily sunsets.

The building is also known for its off-the-hook amenities which include a private dining room with a gourmet catering kitchen, a lounge, a parlor with a billiards table, a lap pool, a spa with a glass-enclosed steam room overlooking Madison Square Park, a fitness center with yoga room and a children’s playroom just to name a few.

Brady and Bündchen have already upgraded their 11th floor Tribeca pad for $35 million unit a floor higher (it’s said that Tom wants to be on the same floor as the number on his jersey). The couple had planned to vacate the Flatiron space once construction wraps up at 70 Vestry later this year. The pair also own a mansion in Boston’s Chestnut Hill suburb as well as homes in Montana and Costa Rica.

[Via NYO]

[Listing: 23 East 22nd Street apt. 48 by Michael Bolla for Sotheby’s]


Images courtesy of Sotheby’s

Tom Brady image via Wikimedia Commons; Gisele Bündchen image via Wikimedia Commons

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