Hollywood star Bruce Willis and his wife, model and actress Emma Heming, have lowered the asking price on their 22.6-acre Westchester County estate from $9.5 million to almost $8.7 million, LoHud reported, citing data from a local multiple listing service.
The $9.5 million price tag on the nearly 9,000-square-foot mansion at 340 Croton Lake Road near Bedford Corners itself is a $3 million price chop from the $12.95 million that the property sought in January. Willis and his wife paid $12 million in 2014 for the countryside getaway, which has a five-bedroom main house, a wine cellar, media room and vegetable garden.
Zillow data shows that couple slashed the price on the property to $11.99 million in mid-February and $9.5 million in early March. The couple’s home, which has views of the New Croton Reservoir, also has a saltwater pool, a pool house and a tennis court, according to LoHud. The outlet noted that the most recent price cut on the property shows that “not even stunning, and secluded, celebrity homes are immune to the softening in the luxury market.”
Douglas Elliman’s Nancy Strong, Stacey Oestreich and Ann Cutbill Lenane have the listing for the Bedford Corners estate. Lenane was the listing agent on a co-op at 271 Central Park West that the Willises sold last year, shortly before The Real Deal noted the couple’s purchase of a 3,000-square-foot New York City condo on the market for $8 million in a deal brokered by Elliman’s Eklund-Gomes team.
The Willises reportedly intend to keep that property at One West End Avenue, but relocate to the West Coast. LoHud reported that in April, the Willises put a beachfront residence where they were married in the Turks and Caicos on the market for a whopping $33 million. [LoHud] — Maya Rajamani