Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s Boston mansion sits on five and a quarter acres of expansive green lawn next to the ninth hole of The Country Club, the oldest country club in the US. It is located just five miles from the Parisian-inspired Back Bay neighborhood, where boutiques, galleries, bars, and restaurants abound.
Built by architect Richard Landry for the celebrity couple, the custom home at 112 Woodland Road is the picture of domestic perfection. Spacious doorways and large windows fill the home with natural light, and the lower level of the home contains a room for everyone in the family: a recreation room, kids playroom, full bath, wine room, gym, spa, and an outdoor organic herb/vegetable garden.
With entertainment needs covered on the lower level, the main level of Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s Boston mansion attends to the more practical needs of a home. On this level, you’ll find the entry foyer, dining room, living room, home office, eat-in and chef’s kitchen, and family room. A grand staircase will take you from the entry to the bedrooms upstairs.
The estate has a total of five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, and more than 12,000 square feet of interior living space. Now, let’s take a look inside to discover the stunning interior design work of Joan Behnke & Associates.
Tour Gisele Bündchen & Tom Brady’s Boston Mansion
Light, cream-colored bricks and a sloping roofline add instant curb appeal to the Bündchen-Brady estate. The circular driveway, which can hold up to 20 cars at a time, leads to a stone carport and spacious three-car garage.
Upon entering the home, you’ll find yourself in a foyer that welcomes you inside. The single large, eyebrow arch entry door is flanked by both transom and sidelight windows that fill the entryway with light.
The Living Room
The living room is formal but not stuffy. Modern art and light fixtures add contemporary elegance while a whimsical frog statue imparts a sense of playfulness. Doors made almost entirely of glass span the entire back wall of the room, flooding the room with natural light.
The Dining Room
The dining room adjoining the living room is modestly sized yet large enough to fit a round table for eight. Comfortable dining chairs with removable slipcovers hint at family meals with young children. The styling of the room is simple and straightforward.
The Home Office
The home office appears to be more of a study with its green velvet couch, cosy fireplace, and window seats. I don’t imagine many people choose to sit behind the formal desk with so many comfy seating options!
The Family Room
The family room, with its pitched ceiling, dormers, and numerous windows, yet again prioritizes natural lighting—a theme throughout the home. I love the whitewashed brick wall and fireplace. Combined with the wooden beams running across the ceiling, the room feels grounded and inviting.
The eat-in kitchen is part conservatory, part farmhouse. More whitewashed brick reinforces the charming aesthetic of the family room. Casual wicker chairs pull the outdoors in.
The oversized island is the heart of this kitchen. It is flanked by matching built-ins and provides additional kitchen seating as well as storage. Custom cabinetry and hidden appliances impart a classic country style to the room. Apart from the deluxe range and matching hood, the kitchen is distinctly un-modern.
The Lower Level
A beautiful staircase leads up to the bedrooms and down to the lower levels where you can find many entertainment areas, including a recreation room, kids playroom, full bath, wine room, gym, and spa.
The Guest House
Across the backyard sits a detached, barn-inspired guest house. At 2,400 square feet, guests couldn’t ask for better treatment! The roomy suite contains a yoga studio, full bath and sleeping loft. Large glass sliding doors nearly disappear along one side of the building to provide a taste of indoor/outdoor living. Clerestory windows along the top of the guest house provide ample natural lighting.
That concludes our tour of Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s Boston mansion. Although I’ve previously written about the couple’s LA home and their lavish NYC apartment, I think their Boston mansion is my favorite Bündchen-Brady abode. If you love it as much as I do, you will be happy to hear that it’s for sale (and recently dropped in price!). You can view the listing on the Sotheby’s website.