The photos of the 40 million mansion that Bruce Willis

The photos of the $40 million mansion that Bruce Willis has on the beach

There are situations that lead to parting with places that have already fulfilled their role in people’s lives, from your favorite canteen, a place to catch your breath or a summer beach. This often happens among Hollywood stars who usually own these sites and Bruce Willis had to do it with one of his mansions.

The American actor who was forced to retire due to an illness that his loved ones say is “taking him out of touch with reality”. Due to the “aphasia” he suffers from, he is under the protection of his five daughters, his wife – model Emma Heming-Willis – and even his ex – Demi Moore.

Exactly with his current partner, he celebrated his union in one of the estates owned by the Die Hard star, which is now up for sale for almost $40 million. The property achieves this number because it looks more like a summer house and more like a residential complex.

Located on the island of Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos Islands, east of Cuba, north of Haiti and the Dominican Republic and south-east of the Bahamas. This ocean view property consists of three wood paneled houses with a total of 12 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms in a total area of ​​29,946 square meters.

Willis bought the land in 2000 and in 2004 he built the first house. Easily accessible from the east coast of the United States, it was the perfect place to get away when the actor wanted quiet and contact with nature.

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There he married Emma in 2009, but it fell to him to sell her to Mark and Robyn Jones, founders of Goosehead Insurance, for $27 million. It was this new owner who enlarged the property to accommodate all of his grandchildren and added elements designed for them.

The photos of the 40 million mansion that Bruce Willis

Such a mansion has everything for a large family and their guests, starting from private access to a white sandy beach and turquoise waters, to a huge and well-frequented outdoor area for adults and children, housing rooms for yoga to a playground with a Pirate ship.

As the Joneses spent less and less time in this West Indies paradise, the value of this composite mansion was appraised and its total value rose to $37.5 million. In addition to money, a great love of nature and tranquility are required to fully enjoy this beautiful place.