Bruce Willis' House: The Action Star Decides to Unload His Beverly Hills Mansion

By on May 30, 2013 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Bruce Willis has defined cool for a couple of decades now.  After becoming a household name in the 80s appearing on the popular television series, "Moonlighting", he made a very successful transition to the big screen.  He went on to star in the "Die Hard" franchise, as well as blockbuster films such as, "Pulp Fiction", "12 Monkeys", "Armageddon", "The Sixth Sense", "Unbreakable", "Sin City", and the cult favorite, "The Fifth Element".  Most recently, he has become part of three other successful film franchises, playing co-starring or supporting roles in "RED",  "G.I. Joe: Retaliation", and "The Expendables".  While there were some lean years in the early to mid-90s where he made some terribly dubious projects, including "Hudson Hawk", "Striking Distance", "North", and the seriously unfortunate, "Color of Night", he managed to bounce back quite nicely, and has remained a fan favorite to this day.  When not starring in movies, he has also made the occasional return to the small screen, appearing in guest starring roles on such programs as, "Mad About You", "Ally McBeal", "Friends", and "That 70s Show".  His continued success has resulted in a very impressive real estate portfolio.  However, of late, it has seemed as if he has been focused on unloading as much of his property as possible.  This week, he put his massive Beverly Hills mansion on the market.

Bruce Willis' house is 10,379 square feet and contains 11 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.  The home also features floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, lots of natural light, and a central courtyard with a fountain.  Bruce Willis' house also sports a state-of-the-art kitchen with an ample island, arched doorways, vaulted ceilings, multiple fireplaces, and skylights.  Outside of Bruce Willis' house, there is a pool and a tennis court.  He and his wife renovated the home considerably, and the value of the 90210 area code has increased exponentially since he first put money down on the massive structure in 2004.  He is currently asking $22 million for it.  While that is a far cry from the $9 million he originally paid for it, it is mid-level price for a home in his part of Beverly Hills.

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