Say it isn't so!
According to the Los Angeles Times, the power couple recently listed their immaculate European country-style mansion, which they purchased in 2008 for $11.75 million and poured considerable money into developing it to suit their taste.
The famous pair is now asking a cool $50 million for their swanky dig, built by architect Richard Landry, in order to leave Los Angeles and relocate to Boston full-time.
So what exactly does $50 million in real estate look like?
All of the best things in life, if you ask us!
According to Architectural Digest, the posh 14,300 square-foot pad includes five bedrooms and nine bathrooms and sits on four prime acres in the Brentwood neighborhood.
The mega-mansion boasts a pristine home gym complete with wrought-iron monkey bars and top tier equipment, antiques from all over the world, an oak-paneled library, chicken coop, solar panels, designer eco-friendly furnishings and much more.
The property is also spectacularly surrounded by an impressive moat filled with Koi fish and boasts an infinity pool (lined in hand-poured glass tile), a waterfall, pond and more—giving the mansion a resort-like vibe all year round.
As if that wasn't impressive enough, every element of their gorgeous residence is exquisitely decorated with luxe furnishings including custom cabinetry and antique Tunisian tiles in their kitchen, to reclaimed oak ceilings and a Hinoki wood bath tub in the master bath.
Must be nice!
Bündchen and Brady are reportedly building an equally massive property in Beantown, too.