Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady appeared to make himself at home with his new team after tossing five touchdowns last weekend.
Finding a permanent home for his family, however, may not be going as smoothly.
The New York Post on Thursday knocked down reports that the 43-year-old Brady is reportedly interested in a $7.5 million Tampa Bay-area mansion located in a private community.
Brady and his family have been living in Derek Jeter’s mansion in the Tampa area since April when he signed with the Buccaneers but Jeter is in the process of selling the home.
According to TMZ, the six-time Super Bowl champ is in the later phases of negotiations of the custom-built five-bedroom home in a gated community in Clearwater, Florida. The site reported that he could close at some point this week.
The 8,548 square feet home has 5 full baths and 3 half baths and is located on the water and has its own private dock that has a 30,000 lb. boat lift. It boasts a private gym, theater room, billiard room, media center and an elevator.
The Tampa Bay Times reported that a spokesperson for the listing agency Smith & Associates Real Estate said Brady “is not associated with the sale of this house.”
The newspaper reported that the listing agent, Sophia Vasilaros, also said “Brady is not buying this house.”