Bruce’s Bedford Corners estate includes four houses and a tennis court (needs resurfacing).
It might not be Nakatomi Plaza, but it was good enough for the “Die Hard” and “Sixth Sense” star to call home for a while. We can see why. The totally-private, 22.6-acre property located in northern Westchester County comes with a 8,958-square-foot main house with views of the Hudson River from nearly every room…
…including the gourmet kitchen…
…and the master bedroom, one of five bedrooms in the main house.
Also included: Formal dining room with fireplace, media room, tons of guest/family space, and a glass-enclosed turret room with, yep, you guessed it: Amazing views!
Need to practice paradiddles while coaching gymnastics? Bruce’s house delivers!
To paraphrase the infamous words of “Die Hard” hero John McClane, “Welcome to the party, pal…and crash afterward in one of the three other houses on the property: a 3,166-square-foot, three-bedroom farmhouse; a three-bedroom, 1,007-square-foot house; and a single-bedroom, 660-square-foot cottage with three-car garage below.”
Got $12.95 million to spend on Bruce Willis’ Bedford Corners estate? Find out more about 340 Croton Lake Road, Bedford Corners from Douglas Elliman Real Estate.