Bruce Willis, who reached international fame in 1988 playing John McClane in the original "Die Hard," has listed his 22-acre, Northern Westchester estate for $12.95 million.
The compound in Bedford Corners estate on Croton Lake Road features a view of the Croton Reservoir, according to the listing by Douglas Elliman. The listing agents are: Nancy Strong, Stacey Oestreich and Ann Cutbill Lenane.
The listing, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, states that the gated property is “beautifully landscaped,” and includes four houses with a total of 12 bedrooms, a vegetable garden, saltwater pool, pool house and tennis court.
According to reports, the home has been put up for sale as Willis and his family prepare for a move to the West Coast. He reportedly purchased the property for $12 million several years ago.
“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,” Willis said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.
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