Although the former New York Yankees shortstop’s home is surrounded by a six-foot-tall privacy fence, Brady said the household is still not as private as he and Bündchen’s former residence in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

“Where I lived in Chestnut Hill, I was pretty private for a long time,” Brady said. “So I forgot, in a way, like people could drive up to your house. You couldn’t drive up to my house where I lived in Chestnut Hill. Here, they could pull right up to the back of the house.”

He notes, “This is a little different because when you go out to the backyard, there’s a lot of boats that have pulled up and people out the front.”

While noting that Jeter, 45, “did a pretty good job of screening” the Tampa Bay home, Brady said that as a self-described introvert, he likes his home to be his place of relaxation.

“When you walk outside the house you understand everything that goes along with being me,” he said of his often-limited privacy. “I think part of it is when I come home I want to feel like I can let my guard down and relax.”

Still, he says, the property is meeting his family’s needs.

“There’s enough space here,” Brady added. “We have my sister in law that lives with us, our kids and we have someone that cooks for us. So everyone’s got a little of space. The nice part is we have a lot of outdoor space here. I can do all my football training here, which I really like. It’s been a good place to come down. He left it furnished for me so I didn’t have to deal with any of that.”

The NFL star also said that he and Jeter were not involved in the rental negotiations. “We let other people handle it. It worked out good,” he said.

Brady also confirmed that Jeter’s taste in style is just fine. “He did a great job. It’s a great house,” he told Stern.

Tom and Gisele can figure it out. 

They have unlimited funds, and can surely address any problem they have related to privacy.  

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