For a while, Bruce Willis was tripling down on homes in New York. He bought two properties in Westchester County this year after spending $8.85 million last year for a Central Park pad that belonged to U2 bassist Adam Clayton.
Now the “Die Hard” actor and his wife, Emma Heming, want to unload the Manhattan apartment for nearly $13 million.
Located in the Emery Roth-designed Eldorado building — whose celebrity residents have included Alec Baldwin, Faye Dunaway, Moby and Garrison Keillor — the home has views of Central Park from its living and dining rooms and from the master suite.
The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home includes a steam shower and a large kitchen made from two former maids’ rooms.
“They just spent two years renovating it. They took it back to the studs,” said Ann Cutbill Lenane, the Douglas Elliman broker who has the listing.
Willis and Heming wanted a bigger space after having their second child this year, she said.
The couple recently slashed prices on two other homes: A sprawling Beverly Hills mansion that was initially listed for $22 million finally sold for $16.5 million, and a Hailey, Idaho home first listed at $15 million in 2011 is now on the market for $7.05 million.