Today we look at the billionaire lifestyle of one of America’s Action hero’s Bruce Willis and delve inside his trillionaire mindset to see just what makes it tick.
15 – Brentwood Park Mansion
One of the largest homes in the portfolio of Bruce Willis, his $10 million dollar Los Angeles home is located in the ultra exclusive area of Brentwood Park.
The sprawling 13,048 square-foot smart home comes with more amenities than a luxury hotel its features include a home theater, gym, pool, indoor and outdoor spas.
The huge chefs kitchen helps with the daily meals and the large open motor court lets Bruce keep his large car collection safe from prying eyes.
Featuring 7-bedrooms and 12-bathrooms, the sprawling property sits on a half-acre lot that features its own large motor court thats surrounded by large gates.
The home has an extravagant chandelier dangling down into the foyer while the home features many dining areas and a formal dining area for more important meals.
The outdoor entertaining area features a large BBQ area, outdoor dining area and the swimming pool is visible from the whole downstairs, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows.
The bathrooms in Bruce’s home are to die for, with marble floors and walls, a large soaking tub in the middle and gold accents.
14 – 1968 Dodge Charger
Bruce Willis is a huge fan of classic cars, as you will soon find out and being one of only 96,100 made, he had to snap up this amazing 1968 Dodge Charger, with some cars selling for over $16 million dollars.
With a top speed of 213 km/h thanks to its two-barrel carburetor 8.2-liter 318-cubic-inch V8 engine, the 1968 Dodge can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds.
He recently sold this car, which was a rare “Bullitt” edition model and was purchased for him by then-wife Demi Moore and went through a full engine rebuild in 2014 at the cost of around $32,000.
Its currently unknown how much Willis sold the car for, but the buyer, well that was none other than Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay.
13 – Manhattan Apartment
Now for sale, or sold, this massive $17.75 million dollar Manhattan Duplex features six bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms with one corner room overlooking central park.
Located in a building at 271 Central Park West, Willis and his wife, Emma Heming purchased the home from Wesley Edens, owner of the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team in 2015.
Features of this unbelievable home include chrome-accented cabinets in the eat in kitchen along with a granite breakfast bar and sub-zero refrigerators.
The master suite features a steam shower and a large bath that has great views of Central Park.
With six-bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and 6,000-square feet of living space, its understood that
Bruce Willis and his wife sold the home due to busy work commitments and another home in the area on their radar.
12 – Private Airport
Long being a fan of Southern Idaho, Bruce Willis has spent much time in the resort town of Sun Valley when he began working on his own private airstrip in the town of Fairfield.
Named, Soldier Field Airport the partially built complex is located about 10 miles east of Fairfield and has an 8,500-foot dirt runway.
Several residents in the area have complained that the airport is being built on protected agricultural land and a couple have sued the state claiming claiming it illegally amended zoning ordinance.
It would appear that the airports plans are still up in the air, but came a step closer to completion last year after he got the launch order for the project.
11 – Idaho Estate
Now sold after spending several years on the market, this 20-acre lakefront ranch featured 8,400 square feet of living space and was completely re-built by Bruce Willis in 2003.
Currently featuring six bedrooms, a guest house, and a gym, the home had ponds and a stream added while an impressive heated pool, waterfalls and a rope swing complete its amazing garden features.
When Bruce Willis sold the home it represented the single biggest residential sale ever in the local area, selling for $15 million dollars with Engel & Völkers agents.
The home featured a spacious kitchen, was completed in a lodge-style design and Bruce also added walk-in-closets and made sure the property had plenty of natural light.
10 – 1968 Shelby GT500
Auctioned for sale in 2008, Bruce Willis’s beautiful red 1968 Shelby GT500, also called the Shelby Mustang, was built by Shelby between 1965 and 1968 and by Ford between 1969 and 1970.
This car features a 428 cubic inch Ford Cobra Jet V8 engine and can achieve a top speed of around 140 Mph.
There is a 4-speed manual transmission, a 0-60mph speed of 6.5 seconds and its understood that the auction for this car included memorabilia from the family of action star Steve McQueen.
9 -Caribbean Retreat
Another home recently sold by the movie star, his large former Caribbean retreat where he got married back in 2009.
Worth a cool $37.5 million dollars, this was one of the largest and most expensive homes Bruce Willis ever owned and the home featured many amenities over 35,000 square feet.
Boasting 12 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, the home is surrounded by coconut, banana and papaya trees that offer complete privacy to the owner.
The property has access to its own tennis court, fitness center, home cinema, running trail and yoga space.
Two, three-bedroom guest villas also site on the estate, each featuring their own swimming pools and share the private beach with the main home.
Its understood the new owners of the home made major upgrades to the property and can now invite their neighbors Keith Richards and Donna Karan to pool parties all year round.
8 – Rolex Yacht-Master
One of two watches in the collection of Bruce Willis, his Rolex Yacht-Master is nicknamed the nautical watch.
Inspired by the rich heritage that has bound Rolex to the world of sailing since the 1950s, the Yacht-Master blends function and style, and brings together the finest in Rolex technology.
The ideal watch for water sports and sailing in particular, it is both waterproof and robust in its qualities.
While he does not own a TAG Professional 3000 like John McClain, his Rolex is still quite pricey, coming in at close to $20,000 dollars.
7 – Westchester County Mansion
The third of Bruce Willis’s homes that he has sold in recent years, his 22-acre Westchester estate was listed for $12.95 million in 2019.
The estate boasts panoramic views of the Croton Reservoir, is surrounded by forests and the main home covers 9,000 square feet.
Included inside are five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a lower level that includes a large playroom for the children and a screening room.
The outside areas are just as incredible as the inside with a saltwater pool and pool house, a tennis court, and a two-car garage.
Other cottages on the estate include a three-bedroom 1,000-square-foot home and a one-bedroom 660-square-foot space with a three-car garage.
Located just 40 miles from Manhattan, Bruce Willis and family once maintained their own vegetable gardens on the property and viewed the surrounding countryside from a roof-top turret-style lookout.
6 – 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400
Obviously had quite an affinity for muscle cars, Bruce Willis also sold this car at auction at the Petersen Automotive Museum in 2008.
Part of the first generation of cars in its class, it was equipped with a 400 CID Pontiac V8 engine that had 330 horsepower output.
Top speeds for this car come in at around 170 km/h and was America’s answer to the Jaguar XK-E from General Motors and developed by John DeLorean.
The Firebird Trans Am version of the cars became a household name after the release of Smokey and the Bandit in 1977.
5 – One West End Apartment
One of the newest purchases for the Bruce Willis family, his love of the Upper West Side was revealed when he purchased this amazing Apartment for close to $7.9 million dollars.
The home is incredible and features a children’s playroom, private dining rooms, 75-foot swimming pool and 12,000 square feet of space.
Four bedrooms, all en-suite include a master bedroom with a great room, foyer and large kitchen also on-site.
Walk-in closets adorned the north-facing master suite and marble slab countertops with walnut cabinets.
The building itself features a media room, swimming pool, self storage, massive gym, roof deck, children’s playroom, concierge and a doorman.
4 – Panerai Radiomir
Another watch in the collection of Bruce Willis, his Panerai Radiomir retails for close to $16,000 dollars.
With a Smoked see-through sapphire crystal back, Gold ceramic bezel and 21 embedded jewels, this timepiece also has water resistance up to 100 meters.
The watch features a Calf Ponte Vecchio Black, Beige Stitching strap, Power reserve for three days and its own anti-shock device.
Originating in 1860, the famous watch making company often provided instruments to the Italian Royal Navy.
Panerai’s historic boutique is located in the Piazza San Giovanni premises in Florence and is a meeting point for brand collectors and enthusiasts.
3 – Bentley Continental GT Speed Le Mans Edition 2013
One of the newer editions to the Bruce Willis fleet, this car has now been re-located to someone elses garage after Willis sold it at auction in 2018.
Having only 1,586 miles on the clock, it had some custom features including bespoke 21-inch, seven-spoke wheels, a clock face, wing badge, numbered badge, sill plates, and headrest embroidery.
205mph was the top speed of this car thanks to its twin-turbo, 6.0-liter W12 engine that gave it 606 horsepower.
Inspiration for these cars came from John Duff, who obtain Bentley’s first win at Le Mans 24 Hours in 1924 and they have been built ever since with new versions all inspired by Le Mans winning racers.
Coated in Verdant paint, the interior features a two-tone combination of Linen and Cumbrian Green with contrast stitching with 0-60mph fast at 4 seconds flat.
2 – 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Described as the most sought after ‘Vette of all the ‘Vettes, the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray was built between 1963-1968.
Called a Stingray due to its remarkably accurate representation of the sea animal, ideas for the car came from two separate projects, the Q-Corvette concept, and Mitchell’s racing Sting Ray.
The second-generation Corvette C2 owned by Bruce Willis is a final year model of that generation and has a top speed of 151 mph with a 6.2 Litre V-8 engine.
The car features the classic Stingray exterior styling with peaked fenders, a long nose, and a short, bobbed tail.
1 – 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad
Considered to be one of the most iconic cars of all time, Bruce Willis’s 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad was produced between 1950 and 1981.
Nicknamed the “Hot One” in GM’s advertising campaign, it featured a a Ferrari-inspire grille, two-speed Power-glide automatic or a standard three-speed Synchro-Mesh manual transmission and a V8 engine.
The cars top speed is estimated at between 160 and 175 km/h, while only 23,000 units assembled over three years were ever produced, its now one of the rarest cars in its class.
Chances are only a few thousand are still functional today and its currently un-clear if Bruce Willis ever sold his Nomad, if he did, we are pretty sure it would have been for a record price tag!
Willis owned several other classic cars in his garage including a 1988 Lincoln Limousine, 1954 Chevrolet 3100 and, one of the most famous cars ever built, the 1957 Chevrolet Corvette.
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