Bruce Willis sells small home, undeveloped parcels for $6M
He has a “Sixth Sense” for a deal.
Bruce Willis has sold his sprawling Mulholland Drive ranch for $6 million. The property comprises eight lots over 35.45 acres with a 2,905 square-foot four-bedroom home, Variety reported.
The purchaser is an entity affiliated with Hermosa Beach-based developer and construction company owner Patrick Kealy.
The home, located at 13511 Mulholland Drive in the rugged hills between Beverly Hills and Sherman Oaks, was never publicly listed for sale.
Former California Republican politician Chuck Quackenbush sold Willis one of the larger, undeveloped lots in 1999 for $300,000, according to public records. The contiguous hillside parcels have a specially engineered “serpentine” retaining wall, according to Variety.
The “Die Hard” actor has been selling off a lot of real estate in the last couple of years. Last year he sold his Beverly Hills mansion for $16.5 million, plus an apartment on New York City’s Central Park West for $12.75 million. [Variety] — Gabrielle Paluch