TOM Brady and his wife Gisele Bundchen were spotted touring a brand new $17million mega mansion on Miami's high-security island dubbed "Billionaire Bunker."
The NFL star, 43, and Bündchen, 40, reportedly plan to demolish the current house in favor of a more eco-friendly home in the vein of the Architectural Digest-covered mansion in Brentwood, California, they sold to Dr. Dre.
The German supermodel donned a flattering white linen outfit while Brady kept it casual in a striped T-shirt with black jeans as they toured the monumental property.
The impressive plot is on two acres with ocean views spanning 200 feet, and boasts amenities like a private country club, a golf course, and its own police force.
The famous couple were staying at Derek Jeter’s $29 million waterfront Tampa mansion after the football star signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last year.
Jeter's abode remains on the market after being listed in September 2020.
The New York Post previously reported that Brady and his supermodel wife sold their Tribeca apartment in the Big Apple for a cool $36.8million before moving to Florida.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner also bought a $32 million plot, there alongside hotelier Jeffrey Soffer and supermodel Adriana Lima.
Back in December, Page Six previously reported that Ivanka and Jared put a deposit on a $31.8million land plot in Indian Creek, which boasts stunning homes on the water – not to mention a great deal of privacy.
The secluded island touts many famous residents, like billionaire businessman Carl Icahn, and former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula, who died last year – and now, Brady and Bündchen will join the neighborhood.
Indian Creek Village is know as "the world's most exclusive municipality" with just 34 homes, 42 residents and a private 13-person police force to keep its high-profile residents safe.
Jared and Ivanka reportedly bought a lot that previously belonged to singer Julio Iglesias, to build their dream home on the 1.84-acre plot, which boasts 200 feet of private waterfront.
Taxes on the gorgeous island are reportedly $427,000 per annum.
Authorities on the island also patrol it and there is a 24-hour marine patrol that keeps an eye on the water surrounding the swanky neighborhood.
Each house in the area is built around the perimeter of the island so that everyone gets a waterfront view.
Nearby, there is an Indian Creek Country Club and a 18-hole golf course right in the middle for residents to enjoy.
A single bridge guarded by a formidable gatehouse is the only way to get on the island and there's an island cop for every three inhabitants to ensure their safety and privacy.
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