Sun. Mar 29th, 2020

Bruce Willis Puts Idaho Ski Resort Up For Sale, Let The Bidding Begin

Bruce Willis is now producing more than he’s acting. But from the moment he showed up on the small screen opposite Cybil Shepherd in ABC’s “Moonlighting” viewers have been mesmerized by his bad boy image, and in films such as “Pulp Fiction” Willis has cemented his career in American and Hollywood history. Bruce may not be always that nice on the big screen, but he sure is one of Hollywood’s nice guys; just don’t tell him I called him that, and he definitely is one of the smartest. His fortune is upwards of $500 million and growing, and his ski resort is now on the market if you are in the market for real estate.

The hot actor is a fixture on the Sun Valley Idaho real estate scene, owning multiple properties in the ski resort area. He’s about to own one less though, having just put 20-acre, lakefront ranch on the market recently for a cool $15 million.

Willis’ agent, Janine Bear with Sun Valley Sotheby’s International Realty, told The Wall Street Journal that Willis is selling because he just isn’t spending enough time there. He bought and rebuilt the 8,400-square-foot main house in 2003. The property in Hailey includes a detached guesthouse and Willis added a gym. There is also a heated pool with water slides, a waterfall and a rope swing, as well as several man-made ponds on the grounds.

Willis has also starred in the “Die Hard” franchise and in the movie, “The Sixth Sense.” A much-in-demand actor, he has multiple films slated for release in the next 12 months. Willis has also listed for sale his Sun Valley bar and restaurant complex called The Mint, with a current price tag of $4.5 million, down from about $6 million in August 2010.

Bruce Willis has  other vacation home in the Turks and Caicos.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
Photograph Courtesy: Bobby Head/Link 81 Collection
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