Take a tour of the Sun Valley, Idaho vacation home that Bruce Willis just put on the market for a jaw-dropping $15 million. Willis bought the property back in 2003 and rebuilt the main house soon after. The
Die Hard actor is apparently done with the area as he's also selling his nearby nightclub/restaurant for $4.495 million. View the listing.
Take a tour of the Sun Valley, Idaho vacation home that Bruce Willis just put on the market for a jaw-dropping $15 million. Willis bought the property back in 2003 and rebuilt the main house soon after.
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Die Hard actor is apparently done with the area as he's also selling his nearby nightclub/restaurant for $4.495 million.
The actor is
reportedly selling the property because he isn't able to spend as much time at his rustic retreat as he would like.
A view of the sunken living room, which features a wall of shelving and two rock fireplaces.
A closer look at the gigantic stacked rock fireplace, which is the main feature of this rustically chic living room.
Just because you're in the mountains, doesn't mean you have to live primitively--the gourmet kitchen features two Sub-Zero refrigerators, a Viking six-burner stove with dual ovens, two dishwashers, a large pantry, glass cabinets and a center island.
Even the breakfast area, located adjacent to the kitchen, boasts serene views of the surrounding lake and snow-covered landscape.
According to the
Wall Street Journal, Willis has seven movies scheduled to release next year, which undoubtedly means that even if he were to keep this stunning property, he likely wouldn't have much free time to spend here. Now that's a shame!
The 8,400-square-foot main house, which Willis rebuilt himself, boasts six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
A view of the luxe master bathroom that includes a jetted soaking tub, granite shower, and dual sinks.
After a long day enjoying the many amenities this property offers, such as the heated pool with water slides and the rope swing, this oversized granite shower is an ideal spot to relax.
A view of the custom built master closet with built-in dressers and shelves.
In addition to the six bedrooms, the two-story rustic lodge offers a game room. Willis also re-built a detached guest house and gym.
The Mint, a nightclub owned by "Die Hard" actor Bruce Willis, is also on the market for $5.95 million. The three-level club is located in Hailey, ID and was purchased by the actor in the early 1990s when he was married to Demi Moore.
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For $5.95 million, Bruce WIllis is throwing in all of the nightclub's tables, chairs, sound equipment and the liquor license!
Own and party in the 15,000-square-foot nightclub that has reportedly hosted celebs such as Darryl Hanna, John Kennedy Jr., and Steve Wynn.
The three-level nightclub includes a full stage, special lighting and amp equipment, and a first-class sound system.
A view of the main level bar area.
Willis reportedly owns other properties in the small resort town including the Liberty Theatre building and the E.G. Willis Building.
Willis recently slimmed down his property portfolio by selling his Upper West Side three-bedroom condo at a loss. He and his wife Emma Heming sold their three-bedroom condo at 220 Riverside Boulevard for $3.95 million, which is notably less than the $4.26 million the actor originally shelled out for the unit in 2007.
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The 20th floor condo is located in New York's Trump Place and boasts breathtaking views of the Hudson River and the George Washington Bridge.
A view of the eat-in kitchen that has cherry cabinets, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
The three bedroom, three bathroom spread is the only unit in the building that has 11-foot ceilings. The chic apartment includes 17 oversized windows in the living room, dining room, and master suite.