The Brady Bunch

This 22,000 square foot eco-friendly home, in Brentwood, California, belongs to none other than Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady. Even with a koi-stocked moat, a lagoon-sized swimming pool and a grandiose loggia, the custom built mansion is tastefully done and has us dreaming of a version for ourselves – only ten times smaller. Check out the rest over at Architectural Digest.

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(images via Architectural Digest)

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  1. Mira wrote:

    Giselle is a lucky girl. I love her eco-friendly home and esp. her walk in closet 😀

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  2. dahlia wrote:

    I have to say, I find putting a statue of the Buddha, who chose to renounce his wealth (he was born a prince) to achieve spiritual realization and set others free in a room entirely dedicated to your clothing absolutely horrifying. The irony is just repugnant.

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  3. Laura wrote:

    Beautiful !
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    Love from Paris

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  4. The Fashion Fraction wrote:
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  5. Stel Style wrote:

    Amazing place!!

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  6. GORGEOUS!!!!!!!

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  7. Betsy wrote:

    No house that is 22,000 square feet is eco friendly. The materials can be from “sustainable” sources, etc, but once you use that many resources on 3 people it is no longer sustainable. No one needs a house that big and to call it eco friendly is ridiculous.

    This shows the same cluelessness that dahlia pointed out with the Buddha statue.

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  8. dana wrote:

    uhhh can I have that closert?

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  9. Denisa wrote:

    That looks sooooo nice. xa

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  10. Absolutely idea. Love it!! I do not understand why others are upset by this! It is beautiful and refreshing!

    xo, Juliette Laura
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  11. JustAnotherGirl wrote:

    How can a 22,000 sq ft home be considered “eco friendly?”

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  12. Laura wrote:

    Huge eye roll.
    No house that is 22,000 sq. ft. is ego friendly. Playing into that idea is also bad for the failing health of our planet.
    The furniture alone creates its own negative ecological impact. Do Gisele and Tom really need their egos stroked even further? This as “Eco” is a lie and an insult. Shame on WTF

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  13. EnneDee wrote:

    Ahhhh… what a very cool example of a pair of nouveaux riches and their tasteless extravagance… Just goes to show how money doesn’t always equate class and elegance…

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  14. Jenkins wrote:

    I definitely need closet like this one, just love it <3

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  15. stephanie wrote:

    love that first photo 🙂
    xx Stephanie (www.stephaniesstyleblog.com)

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  16. K wrote:

    Nice looking house but upon further inspection, what it has in size, it lacks in charm. A bit much for two people, even with babies. Silly to call it eco friendly,

    Cheers! from,
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  17. I really like the barrel ceiling with a brick finishing. Every room in Brady’s home is tasteful. It’s chic and simple, absolute perfection.

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  18. Rita Klich Birmingham Alabama wrote:

    The Brady Bunch goes to Washington D.C. is fun. The character Jan Brady is based on April Klich in Birmingham, Alabama. April Klich is not as pretty or fun as Jan Brady but WTF!

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