Tom Brady’s House

February 6, 2012 by staff 

Tom Brady’s House, Amidst the victory of New York Giants led by Eli Manning, he and New England Patriots Tom Brady are in for another duel on who has the grandest home.

Tom Brady has recently moved in a $20-million mansion in Brentwood, California that sits on a 3.75 acre lot. Mr. Brady and wife, super model Giselle Bundchen and their 21-month old son are the new residents of the 8-room mansion that is replete with its own spa, training room, wine cellar, a garage to accommodate six cars, a butler’s room, built-in elevator, and a lagoon-shaped swimming pool.

In spite the defeat of the Patriots in a close match on Sunday, Mr Brady and his wife can relax in their new home after all the euphoria of the finals in Indianapolis.

This California property is just one of the many properties owned by the couple including a home in New York and Boston.

If Mr Brady opted for a very large abode in the suburbs to spend most of their earned fortune, the NFL’s champion team captain Eli Manning of the Giants preferred the city life and has invested much on his condominium overlooking the Hudson River.

What made Mr. Manning’s condominium stood out is the fully automated controls installed in his home that allows you to have a view of the New York skyline by a click of a button.

Eli Manning’s Automated Home

The quarterback of this year’s NFL champions New York Giants had put up a fully automated control in his condo allowing him and his wife Abby, to lift the shades, change the lighting schemes, blend music for every room, and even rotate a top shelf mini-bar rotate by itself.

Mr Manning and his wife availed of the Crestron automation system, which allows them to have remote controls handy in every room of the house instead of mounting them on the walls.

The couple also installed touch-screen controllers in the kitchen, living room, masters’ bedroom to monitor each rooms

What prompted the NY Giants quarterback to have his home fully-automated is convenience and ease. He notes in an interview that he need not leave the lights on in any part of the home and could easily turn them all off with a an ‘ALL ON/ALL OFF’ button right by the door.

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