Die Hard star Bruce Willis is currently in the process of updating his real estate portfolio to include a 6,000-square-foot townhouse with Central Park views.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the current owner of Willis' desirable is Wesley Edens, a part-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks. Mr. Edens listed the property, part of a pre-war co-op, at $16.995 million last October.
Characterized by lofty ceilings, custom woodwork, and Park-facing picture windows, the townhouse has six bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. Its master suite boasts walk-in closets, a deep soaking tub, and a standalone shower stall. Additional amenities include a formal dining room with space for a dozen guests, and a kitchen with Uba Tuba-honed granite countertops, a six-burner Viking range, and two full-size Sub-Zero refrigerators.
Willis, his wife Emma Heming, and their two daughters—Evelyn Penn and Mabel Ray—previously lived in an apartment at 300 Central Park West. The actor—who is presently in the process of shooting "Extraction," a thriller by Steven C. Miller—owns two other properties in Westchester County.
Photos and details courtesy of the Wall Street Journal