Every guy dreams of getting the six-foot tall, bronzed, leggy supermodel. But very few could even come close to the hotness that is Tom Brady. So inside Gisele Bundchen‘s designer-clad closet may be the closest Ryan Serhant‘s ever going to get to her boudoir – so he’s taking full advantage… and pretending he’s her other half (of course).
And with the able lens of Architectural Digest, he’s getting a guided tour of her not-too-shabby L.A. pad she shares with her equally-pretty quarterback hubby, Brady.
Grand and gargantuan, yes. But the manse is far from the flashing light bulbs of the Paris runway. In fact, you won’t find a catwalk anywhere, unless it’s leading to the solar-paneled garden or over the moat (yes, koi-filled moat) to the front door.
The Brazilian beauty tells the mag she likes her eco-friendly dwelling with a dose of “simplicity and coziness,” so that means doing the very un-supermodel-like chore of collecting produce from the garden (gasp).
But, don’t fret, she can wash off all that dirt under her well-manicured nails in one of the numerous bathrooms inside the 22,000 square foot fortress made out of not one, not two, but three kinds of Texas limestone; steel doors; incredibly high ceilings swathed in dripping crystal chandeliers, silk linens and marble countertops from the great room and loggia to the gourmet kitchen and walk-in wardrobe.
Yep, this totally sounds like cozy living to us.
And don’t forget about Mr. Brady. He gets to express his manly side, too with a million-dollar man cave in the form of a cigar room, wine cellar, oak-paneled library, gym (with both a cardio area and weight room), living area with two giant TV screens, and an outdoor salt water plunge pool built into the balcony off the power couple’s master suite (because who wants to trek all the way to the backyard to take a dip.).
You know, it’s this ridiculously simple life that’s keeping these two from bumping Jay-Z and Beyonce out of the No. 1 highest paid celeb couples spot.
Maybe they’re fine with being No. 2 and making a mere $80 million a year.
But we wanna see two moats the next time.