From the Burrage Mansion to 310 Beacon Street and beyond…
Thanks to the sleuths over at BostonREB.com and BostonHerald.com we know that your lovable QB Tom Brady Jr. bought a building at 310 Beacon Street in the Back Bay. He has split the building into three condos and is currently offering the penthouse for sale via Campion & Company (MLS # 71298991). According to the Herald Tom will keep the third condo (comprised of the top two floors) for himself. I decided to do a little more digging and here’s what I found…
The One He Leaves Behind: 314 Commonwealth Ave – Unit 2 in the Back Bay. This is a 3400 sqft residence in the Burrage Mansion on the corner of Hereford St. If memory serves me, we all read about Tom buying here a few years back. This condo was put up for sale in May with an asking price of $5.39 million and went under agreement only a few weeks later. Anticipated closing date is January 2008. (* Tom paid $4.1 million in 2004)
Party Palace: 47 Tilden Commons Dr – Unit 47 in Quincy. This is a 2200 sqft corner residence in the Marina Bay complex. I think we’ve all heard the rumors about about Patriots players living / partying in the Marina Bay complex and its strip of bars & restaurants. (* Tom paid $625k in 2003)
Too Tired to Drive Home From Work 8 Cedar Street in Norfolk. A single family bungalow located near Mirror lake just West of Foxborough. Bought in 1988 with no recorded sales price & owned jointly by one Thomas E. Brady Jr. & Mary E. Brady. Anyone know who this is?
The Getaway: Tom just bought a house / land in Sebago, Maine
For the record Tom potentially owns a number of other Massachusetts properties but like 310 Beacon Street they are held in the form of a Limited Liability Corporation (310 Beacon Street, LLC) which for the purpose of this post make them impossible to ID.