Bruce Willis sells Westchester home for $5.29M less than asking price

It’s buy hard with a vengeance for the new owner of Bruce Willis’ Westchester estate, who’s snagged the 22-acre property for a significant discount.

Willis and his wife, Emma Heming Willis, have officially parted ways with the spread near Bedford Corners for $7.66 million, or 41 percent off its original $12.95 million listing price, the Wall Street Journal reports. The pair bought it for roughly $12 million in 2014, the Journal adds.

Still, the sale is one of the largest transactions seen in Westchester County in 2019.

The couple lowered the asking price to $9.39 million over the summer, as The Post reported at the time.

The estate is home to a roughly 9,000-square-foot Craftsman-style main residence with five bedrooms, a media room and a wine cellar. It overlooks the Croton Reservoir. Three other cottages on the grounds each come with their own driveway. Elsewhere, the estate has two garages, a saltwater pool, a pool house and a tennis court.

Ann Cutbill Lenane, Nancy Strong and Stacey Oestreich of Douglas Elliman had the listing.

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