'Live Free' No More: Bruce Willis Drops $8.685 Million On New York City Apartment
The "Die Hard" star buys U2 bassist's multi-million Big Apple pad.
Bruce Willis may "Die Hard," but first, he's living in the lap of luxury.
The action star has splashed out $8.685 million on a new three-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment in the much-coveted El Dorado building on Central Park West in New York City, reports Real Estalker.
The home, which previously belonged to U2 bassist Adam Clayton, is designed by Hungarian-born architect Emory Roth and features direct views of the Big Apple's famous Central Park.
According to the listing, the front door opens to a 38-foot formal gallery leading through a set of custom glass, wood and steel doors to the living room, which comes complete with a decorative fireplace.welcomed daughter Mabel with wife Emma Heming last year, will have plenty of room to entertain both his newborn and three daughters -- Rumer (24), Scout (21) and Tallulah (18) -- from his his previous marriage to actress Demi Moore. Aside from the home's multiple massive rooms, including one master bedroom suite, the abode also boasts a formal dining area, terrazzo eat-in kitchen furnished with stainless steel appliances, and two maids' rooms.
Other upgrades also include terrazzo flooring on the outside, herringbone-pattern wood floors throughout the home, custom cabinetry, slate countertops and a butler's pantry with a washer and dryer.
With monthly maintenance charges that tally up to around $6,000, Willis, 57, will also have access to the building's white glove service, including a 24-hour doorman, concierge, state-of-the art fitness room, public play room, mini-basketball court and a bike room.
Launch the gallery above to take a tour of the the actor's new family home.