Where better to house the combined star power of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, than in their soon-to-be finished 22,000-square-foot monster mansion?
Well, in this A-list couple's estimation, nowhere -- which is why they began construction on the Brentwood, Calif., home a year and a half ago. And now, the Boston Herald reports, their expansive estate is nearly finished.
The palatial property will include eight bedrooms, a six-car garage, a nursery, butler's quarters, and a covered bridge that will connect the two far-reaching wings of the estate. All told, The Boston Herald reports, the project cost an estimated $20 million to build -- and that doesn't include an additional $11 million for the 3.75 acres of pristine Brentwood land they had to purchase.
Just to give readers a sense of scale here, homes in the pricey city of San Francisco average 1,475 square feet, according to real estate records company Property Shark. Brady-Bundchen's home could accommodate nearly 15 San Francisco dwellings, with room enough for a New York closet-apartment.
For an aerial view of the custom-built colossus (the only way to really capture the scope), watch the video below.