Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Bruce Willis puts house up for sale

Property near Hailey listed for $15 million

Express Staff Writer

Bruce Willis

Actor Bruce Willis' home north of Hailey has been put on the market for $15 million.

According to the Blaine County Assessor's Office, the "Die Hard" star bought the property north of Hailey in 2001. A listing by Sotheby's International Realty states that the 20-acre property includes a six-bedroom, 8,400-square-foot main house, a detached guesthouse and a gym. Willis' property in Flying Heart subdivision features ponds and streams, and a heated pool with water slides, waterfall features and a rope swing.


According to the Wall Street Journal, listing agent Janine Bear said Willis is selling the home because he has not been able to spend as much time as he would like to in the area.

Willis put The Mint bar and nightclub on Main Street in Hailey on the market last year for $6 million. The property is listed now at just under $4.5 million.

Willis and his former wife, Demi Moore, entertained dozens of Hollywood stars at The Mint and at the Dynamite Lounge in Ketchum during the 1990s. They have three children.

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