Bruce Willis and his wife, model and actress Emma Heming, have sold their nearly 9,000-square-foot mansion near Bedford Corners for $7.66 million, after cutting the asking price by more than 40 percent over the course of the year, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The couple listed the 22-acre estate, at 340 Croton Lake Road in Mount Kisco, for $12.95 million in January with plans to relocate to the West Coast. By August, the asking price had been cut to just $7.49 million, 42 percent below the original ask.
Still, the sale was one of the biggest recorded in Westchester County this year, according to Douglas Elliman. The firm’s Ann Cutbill Lenane, Nancy Strong and Stacey Oestreich had the listing.
Willis and Heming bought the property for $12 million in 2014, and had been splitting time between Westchester and their Manhattan apartment.
The estate, which overlooks the Croton Reservoir, has a five-bedroom main home, three cottages with a total of seven bedrooms for guests or staff and amenities including a garden, wine cellar and media room.
Other celebrities have been exiting Bedford over the past year as well. Glenn Close put her 11-acre estate on the market in June, while Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas sold their 13.3-acre estate for $15 million in July in an off-market deal.
The Die Hard star also unloaded real estate in the Caribbean this year, selling a 13,500-square-foot property in Turks and Caicos for $27 million in August, the second-highest price ever paid for a home on the islands. [WSJ] — Kevin Sun