Bruce Willis Asks $12.95 Million for New York Country Retreat
The ‘Die Hard’ star is selling his 22-acre Westchester property with a Craftsman-style home as his family moves to the West Coast
Actor Bruce Willis and his wife Emma are listing their 22-acre country estate near Bedford Corners, N.Y., for $12.95 million as the couple plans a move to the West Coast.
“The only reasons we are giving it up is because we are so far from our California family, which is why we have decided to return to the West Coast and make our home there,” Mr. Willis, 63, said in a statement. “Our youngest daughter Mabel said last week that she wishes we could put lots of balloons on our house, like they did in the movie ‘Up’, and send it to the West Coast. I agree, that would be perfect.”
The Willises paid $12 million for the property in 2014, and have been splitting their time between it and their apartment in Manhattan, which is about an hour’s drive away, according to Ann Cutbill Lenane of Douglas Elliman, one of their listing agents.
The roughly 9,000-square-foot, Craftsman-style main home has a large living room with views of the surrounding countryside and the nearby Croton Reservoir. There is a playroom, a media room with a video system and a wine cellar. Perched on top of the house is a small octagonal room with views of the area. There are five bedrooms in total.