Even celebrities can't escape the depressing real estate market in America.
Tom Brady, quite a big deal with New England types, can't seem to unload his Beantown mansion. The Boston Herald reports the Patriots star is still looking for a well-heeled buyer with deep pockets to buy his 5,311-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath, two-floor mansion overlooking the historic Charles River.
Brady originally put the property, built in 1900, on the housing market for $10.9 million in 2009, but found his devotees were uninterested. Now the NFL's winningest active quarterback has slashed the price. Brady's old home can be yours at a $400,000 discount. The new $10.5 million asking price is down about 3.7 percent.
The price includes a state-of-the-art gym, club room and "stunning kitchen." If you can afford the home, you'll get four spaces for your pals to park and watch the Pats. The government would sure love someone to buy this property soon, with a yearly tax bill of $73,214.
In 2009, Benjamin Brady, son of Tom and Gisele Bundchen was born at the home, which offers a view of this:
Brady leads the NFL with 1,874 yards passing and is tied with Aaron Rodgers for the touchdown pass lead with 14. With a win against Dallas Sunday, Brady and coach Bill Belichick would tie Hall of Famers Dan Marino and Don Shula for the most wins (116) by a quarterback-head coach combo in the Super Bowl era.
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