Bruce Willis selling Idaho home for $15 million

Friday, November 25, 2011

Bruce Willis selling Idaho home for $15 million

Die Hard actor Bruce Willis is selling his property in Idaho for $15 million because he has not been able to spend enough time there to justify retaining it.

Bought in 2001 shortly after his divorce from Demi Moore, the 20 acre property includes a six-bedroom, 8,400-square-foot main house, a detached guesthouse, several ponds and streams, a gym and a heated pool that features water slides and a rope swing. He is also planning to sell The Mint nightclub he owns in the area and has recently discounted the price through Sotheby's to $4.5 million - take a look around the club here. He has kept hold of a ski arena which he owns in nearby Soldier Mountain, west of Hailey.

Willis is also moving in order to have some more space. Despite the Idaho ranch's vast size, it has recently been revealed that he is expecting his first child with wife of two years Emma Hemming and is therefore looking for a larger home to house his growing brood. He also has three daughters with Moore-Rumer, 23, Scout, 20, and Tallulah, 17.

The action movie star will film a fifth Die Hard movie next year, entitled A Good Day to Die Hard, to be released in 2013.

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