Bruce Willis’ new digs give his Idaho getaway a run for its money. The “Die Hard” actor is living free with 22.32 acres on one of the highest points in Bedford, New York.
Willis has dropped $12 million on a shingle-style home and adjoining parcel overlooking the Croton Reservoir. The sale closed in August but has flown under the radar until recently.
The main residence has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a climate-controlled wine cellar, mature gardens, a swimming pool and heated cabana. Willis also scooped up eight acres with an antique house and two renovated guest cottages.
It seems the actor is slowly settling down in New York. He recently listed two of his other properties — a Sun Valley ski home and a Beverly Hills estate — and purchased a Central Park West apartment from U2 bassist Adam Clayton.