06/11/2013 04:54 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Tim Tebow Is Headed To New England: 3 Boston-Area Homes Perfect For The New Patriot (PHOTOS)

It's official: Tim Tebow's headed to New England -- for now, at least. But it wouldn't hurt the athlete to peruse some prime real estate in the greater Boston area, just in case he does end up sticking around. To lend him a hand, we've pulled together a list of our top recommendations that are sure to meet his needs.

Much like his move to Hoboken, New Jersey in April of 2012, which is nearby to East Rutherford's Giants Stadium, we imagine that Tebow's on the lookout for a place in Foxborough, Massachusetts, home to the Patriots' Gillette Stadium. And with Boston a mere 40-minute drive away, he won't be completely deprived of city life.

Our first stop takes us to 211 South Street, the most expansive manse of the bunch whose crown jewel is a "breathtaking" lakefront view. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom family home is currently listed at $1,200,000, and features tall ceilings with glass panels, several sets of traditional French doors, and 3.2 acres of land.

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211 South Street - Front of the House
Credit: Realtor.com

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211 South Street - Lakefront View
Credit: Realtor.com

And then there are the houses at 27 Bragg Road and 135 Oak Street, which are listed at $850k and $819k, respectively. Like the South Street residence, these two candidates are also colonial-style family homes which are big enough to accommodate all of his visiting family members.

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27 Bragg Road
Credit: Realtor.com

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135 Oak Street
Credit: Realtor.com

Whichever property he chooses, he'll only be a ten minute drive from the stadium and a short distance from the town's First Baptist Church -- the two places he's likely to frequent the most. For more photos of the residences mentioned above, be sure to flip through our slideshow. And let us know your predictions in the comments below.

Three Homes Perfect For Tim Tebow

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