Apparently, for famous people, October is the month of all things real estate. Two of the world’s favorite fashion/sports duos recently put their luxury residences up for sale. Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady, as well as Victoria and David Beckham, are opening their family houses’ doors for anyone to visit…
There is an opportunity to seize here : the Beckham family has made available one of their luxury residences. Available for 3,1 million dollars, the mansion is located in the town of Bargemon, France. Built in the 19th century, the home includes six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three ballrooms. The property also includes a magnificent two story and three bedrooms private guest house.
Broadcasted in all the most influential media outlets of the planet, pictures of the house are pretty easy to find, but we suggest you take a look at The Sun‘s official website to get the perfect glimpse.
Of course, Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s luxury residences are an incarnation of their owners’ distinction. This one is probably the dream home for any New York lover. Located in Manhattan, on the 48th floor of the very coveted One Madison building, the luxury residence is available for sale at 17,25 million dollars. Occupying a surface of more than 3 000 square feet and enhanced by an incomparable view of New York’s skyline due to the wide walls of windows, the flat is located in a building that offers all commodities : pools, saunas, a movie theater, a gym, and ballrooms.
Obviously, Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady are renowned for both their individual expertise and their irreproachable taste so one might think this family home is also very tasteful. They would thing right. Images are available in multiple Internet outlets, but you can also click on this New York Curbed link to witness the grandeur with your own two eyes.
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Photo sources: David Beckham and Gisele Bündchen official Facebook pages
Sources : MSN, The Sun, New York Curbed