Bruce Willis’ former Caribbean estate is back on the market for $37.5 million

Bruce Willis, who is well known for playing wise or tough characters, often in spectacular action films, sold some of his prized properties as his health declined.

The 67-year-old actor and musician, well known for his roles in the die hard series, The Sixth Sense, Pulp Fiction and the TV series Illegal workalong with many others, was recently diagnosed with degenerative cerebral aphasia, his family said.

Willis’ family shared the news on instagram in March, writing alongside a photo of him on their Instagram feeds, “To the amazing Bruce supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has had health issues and was recently diagnosed aphasia, which impacts his cognitive abilities,” adding, “As a result of this and with great consideration, Bruce steps away from the career that meant so much to him.

Willis’ acting talent has created an impressive net worth along the way, much of which has been invested in real estate. One of the best properties is his former Turks and Caicos beachfront estate on Parrot Cay, which he sold in 2019 for $27 million. New for sale, it is listed at $37.5 million.

Eight acres in the COMO Parrot Cay resort, the land was purchased by Willis in 2000, and he began building his tropical paradise, which covered all the bases for several guests, including a bunk room and a play area for children.

Three houses were built over the next four years, covering 35,000 square feet with 12 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. The six-bedroom main house underwent a complete restyling and update in 2020. This house is primarily intended for entertaining, while the two additional houses, each with its own pool, are dedicated to the master suite and the other at a guest house.

The upper level of the main house is for children, who not only have the opportunity to play in the pool and beach, but also in the play area which sports its own pirate ship. With four pools on the property and 1,100 feet of pristine white sand beach, the choices are plentiful.

Planning for the future and retiring from acting, Willis and his wife, Emma Heming, a British-American model and actress, knew they wanted to settle near their family in California and wouldn’t need so many scattered homes. inside and outside the country. . As a result, they sold their Westchester estate in New York, his Sun Valley ski house in Idaho, a hacienda-style house in Beverly Hills, as well as the beach house in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The listing agent is Nina Siegenthaler of Turks and Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty.

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