French Provincial Style

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's California Estate

    UPDATE: Shortly after Dr. Dre and business partner Jimmy Iovine sold their company Beats to Apple for $3 billion, Dre, the self proclaimed "Hip-Hop Billionaire," spent part of his profit on…   Read the Blog

  • Exterior: French Normandy Stunner in Montecito, Calif.

    Tour this George Washington Smith-designed home hidden behind iconic hedgerows.   See the Gallery

  • Pool Aerial View: Park-Like Property in Alamo, Calif.

    Border by a stunning pool and lush gardens, this French Provincial-style home is a knockout.   See the Gallery

  • Exterior: Historic Stone Estate in Darien, Conn.

    With 380 feet of shoreline, this spectacular estate enjoys expansive views of Long Island Sound.   See the Gallery

  • Theater Seating: Grand Home Theater in Slinger, Wis.

    This French Provincial estate boasts the best of luxuries, including a theater, wine cellar and library.   See the Gallery

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's California Estate: Modern French Chateau

    The celebrity couple is moving back East and putting their lavish Brentwood spread on the market. Is it worth the astronomical asking price?   See the Gallery

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's California Estate: Study

    The estate's fireplaces have marble surrounds, like the one in the study/office. There are seven fireplaces in total.   See the Image

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's California Estate: Pool Pavilion

    Taking advantage of the moderate Southern California climate, the pool pavilion is open to the great outdoors, with all the comforts of an indoor living room.   See the Image

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's California Estate: Resort-Style Residence

    All accounted for, there are six bedrooms and nine baths in the 18,298-square-foot residence.   See the Image

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's California Estate: Moat

    There's even a koi-filled moat-like water feature, in keeping with the grand country French chateau style.   See the Image