Bruce Willis Is Leaving Central Park West

Bruce Willis listed his Central Park West duplex for sale. Click through to see inside.
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He and his wife, Emma, bought the home in 2015.
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It's on the market for $17.75 million.
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The library has custom bookshelves.
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Large windows reveal Central Park views.
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One of the six bedrooms.
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The eat-in kitchen.
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The family didn't end up spending as much time here as they thought.
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Willis has lived on the Upper West Side for years.
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After less than three years of ownership, Bruce Willis is ready to part ways with his Central Park West duplex.

Willis and his wife, Emma, paid just under $17 million for the co-op at 271 Central Park West in March 2015. Alas, the couple isn’t spending as much time in the six-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom abode as they planned, as Douglas Elliman (DOUG) broker Ann Cutbill Lenane told the Wall Street Journal. The couple has listed the Upper West Side home for $17.75 million.

The apartment features 150-feet of Central Park frontage, as well as a corner living room and separate dining room, both with large picture windows.

Bruce Willis and Emma Heming Willis are leaving the Upper West Side, at least for now. BRYAN R. SMITH/AFP/Getty Images

There’s a paneled entry foyer, as well as a library with custom bookshelves, per the listing held by Lenane, which adds the unit is “perfect for entertaining.” The eat-in kitchen has a breakfast bar, with custom cabinetry and granite countertops.

The master suite contains a space that could be used as a dressing room or a closet, plus a bathroom with a steam shower and a separate soaking tub.

The Willises also own an 8,000-square-foot home in Bedford Hills, for which they paid $9 million in 2014. Surely Willis will miss the New York City area—the actor is a longtime Upper West Side denizen, and previously owned an apartment at 220 Riverside Boulevard and one in the Eldorado, as well as a triplex penthouse he bought in 1990 with his then-wife, Demi Moore.

Indeed, Willis said in a statement that he will “always be an Upper West Side guy. I’ve been living up here on and off since the ‘70s.”

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