Bruce Willis sells $18M Central Park West co-op in just one week

January 29, 2018

Photo of Bruce Willis via Wikimedia

Just a little over a week ago, Bruce Willis and wife Emma Heming Willis put their six-bedroom co-op at 271 Central Park West on the market for $17.75 million. They bought the duplex apartment back in 2015 for $17 million (from Milwaukee Bucks owner Wesley Edens), after Willis unloaded his nearby El Dorado co-op for $13 million. The couple recently decided to scale back since they don’t spend enough time in the Upper West Side spread, and lucky for them the unit is already in contract, according to Curbed.

The 6,000-square-foot home has 150 feet of Central Park footage, the views of which are even better through oversized windows.

The eat-in kitchen has two refrigerators, a six-burner Viking stove, custom cabinets with chrome accents, and honed granite counters.

Just off the kitchen is a library/media room, lined from floor to ceiling with custom built-ins.

Also on this upper floor is one of the bedrooms. Downstairs, there’s five more bedrooms, including the master suite and its spa-like bathroom.

It’s likely that the Bruce and Emma will spend more time now upstate at their Bedford Hills home, a 22-acre estate complete with a historic shingle-style home that Willis bought for $12 million in 2014. However, he recently said, “I’ll always be an Upper West Side guy. I’ve been living up here on and off since the ‘70s.” In addition to the aforementioned El Dorado home, Willis also once shared the San Remo’s penthouse with ex-wife Demi Moore and owned an apartment in Trump Place.

[Listing: 271 Central Park West, 3/4E by Ann Cutbill Lenane for Douglas Elliman]

[Via Curbed]


All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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