Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen have decided to make Boston their permanent residence and have put their Los Angeles estate on the market for $50 million.

Tom & Gisele Selling LA Estate

Brady and Bunchen’s L.A. abode took four years and $40 million to complete on their four acres of land in Brentwood, Calif. Construction was completed less than a year ago, but the power couple has decided they don’t want to make L.A. their home, reported TMZ. Instead, they're going to make Boston their full-time residence.

The New England Patriot, who has played out of the Foxborough, Mass., stadium since he was drafted in 2000, appears to want to raise his kids with Bundchen in the neighboring area. They’ve already picked up 5.2 acres in Chestnut Hill, six miles outside Boston and home to Boston College. The property is close to Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s home, according to Curbed.

Couple Building Manse Outside Boston

On the Chestnut Hill land, Brady and Bundchen are reportedly planning to build a 14,317 square-foot house, according to the Boston Herald. The new manse will feature a library, a gym, a chef’s kitchen, sunroom, wine storage room, massive his-and-her closets and more.

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