In the spring of 2017, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen traded up in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Manhattan high-rise 70 Vestry. The couple spent around $30 million on the unit in the ne-plus-ultra building; this month, the duo sold the condo for $40 million, according to the New York Post.
The building remains one of the most exclusive addresses in the most exclusive neighborhood in New York. The unit in question contains five bedrooms and six baths in its 5,000 sq. ft. of interior living space; an unusually large terrace adds another 2,000 sq. ft. to the total living area of the home.
The interior living spaces of 70 Vestry were designed by architect Daniel Romualdez. The emphasis is on contemporary and tasteful, with conspicuous high-dollar material showpieces, plentiful natural texture; overall, the condo presents a restrained version of warmth as a living style.
The condo’s more stunningly realized spaces include the kitchen—with custom floor-to-ceiling hardwood cabinetry—and the master suite, which offers splendid views of the Hudson; the award-winner is the main living area, a yawning space with flat-finished wide-plank hardwood and enough glass to make the city landscape feel quite intimate. Amenities include a library.
The couple’s 2017 purchase brought their total expenditure in the boutique building to about $50 million; they purchased their first residence in 70 Vestry about a year earlier. That condo will reportedly serve as their pied-a-terre in New York for the time being.
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