A Look At The Childhood Home Of Patriots Icon Tom Brady (Photo)
Over the years, iFolloSports.com has chronicled the incredible mansions that five-time Super Bowl champion QB Tom Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen have called home. Whether it be the family’s current pads in suburban Boston and New York City, or the couple’s former palace in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles, the iconic family has lived amidst an incredible level of luxury.
But, when taking a look back at the greatest of all-time’s upbringing, the Bay Area native grew up as All-American as it gets.
In the upper right and below is a photo of the Brady family’s 2,570-square-foot home, located in the San Francisco suburb of San Mateo, California. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property was originally constructed in 1962, with the Brady’s buying the house in 1977, the same year that Tom was born. Tom spent his entire childhood in the residence, with his parents still calling the place home to this day.
The Brady childhood home sits less than a mile from Junipero Serra High School (Brady’s alma mater), 20 miles south of downtown San Francisco and 16 miles south of the former location of Candlestick Park, the longtime home stadium of the San Francisco 49ers, the team of Brady’s youth.
Levi’s Stadium, the 49ers current venue, is found 24 miles south, in the city of Santa Clara, California.
In an incredible twist of fate, while Tom Brady was growing up on this San Mateo street, the great Joe Montana was living only 10 miles south, in the high-end Bay Area city of Atherton. It is widely believed that Brady and Montana are the two greatest players in NFL history.
There must be something in the Northern California water. Wow!