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They show in photos how the construction of Tom Brady’s new mansion in Miami is progressing

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers player.

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Tom Brady’s move, after confirming his separation from Gisele Bündchen, to his new mansion in Miami is getting closer, as can be seen in some photographs released by the British newspaper Daily Mail.

In the postcards it can be seen that the imposing property, which is being built in the exclusive community of IIndian Creek Islandalready registers quite considerable progress, so it would not be surprising if it is a matter of months before you can move to live there.

The residence, which is being built on the banks of a body of water and the solar panels have already been installed, is already beginning to take shape, it is even known that it will have several structures, including the main house. You will also enjoy an independent gym, a cabana in the pool area and a building for your security employees.

Also, from what we have been able to notice, the house enjoys, due to its location, impressive views of the golf course that the exclusive community of 34 houses has, in which the current quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will live. .

The property, which will be distributed over three floors, will have an extension of more than 17,000 square feet.

For the lot where it is being built, he disbursed $17 million dollarsas well as another $10.12 million dollars for the construction of the house of your dreams.

To see more images of the dream property Tom Brady is building, click here.

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