Bruce Willis is really stepping up his New York real estate game. Just five weeks after buying a $12 million, 22-acre estate in Bedford, New York, he and his wife, actress Emma Heming Willis, have listed their three-bedroom Central Park West co-op at the El Dorado for $13 million. The Daily News reports that the couple is looking to trade up to a bigger unit now that they have a second child.
Willis bought the apartment at 300 Central Park West less than two years ago for $8.85 million from U2 bassist Adam Clayton. And after a meticulous renovation, he’s looking to make $4 million on the flip.
The elegant home is decorated with a mix of classic pieces and mid-century modern touches, and it features patina-finish steel doors, sleek molding, gray walnut paneling and herringbone floors. But all eyes are on the 50 feet of Central Park views that line the spacious living and dining areas.
The beautiful kitchen was created from two pre-existing maids’ rooms and now boasts two large windows, custom Bilotta cabinets, white subway tiled walls, Pyrolave counters, top-of-the-line appliances, and a washer/dryer.
Tucked away in the corner of the apartment is the master suite, which comes complete with even more Central Park views. The en-suite master bath has a luxurious steam shower and Carrara marble, and just off the bath is a large dressing room.
Reportedly the Willis couple used the home as an occasional pied-à-terre, so we wonder if their upgraded digs will serve as more of a permanent residence.
[Via NY Daily News]
Photos via Douglas Elliman
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