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The luxe New York City unit where Tom Brady expected got dressed up as an immorality wizard before to a Met Gala progressing this month is on a market.
Located on a 48th building of One Madison in New York’s Flatiron District, a four-bedroom, three-bathroom unit was purchased by Brady and mother Gisele Bundchen for $11.7 million in 2014, according to the Boston Globe.
After shopping a 3,310-square-foot condo, Brady and Bundchen hired designer Peter Marino to customize it with upgrades such as double bronze doors, wide-plank floors, bespoke wooden build-outs, floor-to-ceiling windows, minute plasterwork and an elaborate paint job.
Originally listed for $17.25 million, a condo is behind on a marketplace for $13.95 million with Sotheby’s International Realty doing a listing.
“One Madison is an engaging building given we have 4 unrestricted exposures that give we a whole north and south skyline and views of both rivers. It’s really tough to find that uptown or down,” Sotheby’s comparison tellurian genuine estate confidant Michael Bolla told RealClearLife. “It also blends into a landscape really well. You kind of feel alone when you’re adult there.”
Bolla, who wasn’t partial of the 2014 squeeze of a property, pronounced a inventory has generated an “unusual” volume of attention, even by luminary standards, given it came behind on a marketplace progressing this month. And not only given of Brady and Bundchen.
“We have really plain seductiveness from a series of competent people,” Bolla said. “We have people entrance from Russia, Korea and China. we showed it final night for example, and a integrate knew who a owners were, though that’s not since they were there. They were there given of Peter Marino and wanted to see what he had finished to a unit and appreciated a value of what he’d done.”
Given a inlet of a finishes in a unit and a peculiarity of a materials that were used, Bolla estimates a renovations Brady and Bundchen finished cost during slightest $2 million.
“They have really good taste,” Bolla said. “The unit is finished good and it’s really comfortable. Maybe had he not been so tall, that wouldn’t have been a case. The cultured is worldly though pointed during a same time. It’s not magnificent or garish. All a materials that were used are genuine. There’s an flawlessness that comes by and maybe that’s given they’re authentic people.”
Despite a captivate of that authenticity, a Brady/Bundchen tie alone won’t lead to a sale.
“With this sold couple, everybody seems to like them. Even in a building, they seem to be liked. Sometimes with celebrities there’s only a clarity of awe,” Bolla said. “But we don’t design anyone to compensate an additional million dollars given a unit belonged to anyone.”
Especially not a Giants or Jets fan.
To find out some-more about a unit and get vetted for a probable observation appointment, conduct over to Sotheby’s website.