'Die Hard' actor Bruce Willis is selling his 11-bedroom Beverly Hills home for $22 million.
Bruce Willis is selling his Beverly Hills mansion for $22 million.
The 'Die Hard' actor bought the 10,379 sq ft Spanish-style home in 2004 for $9 million and has now listed it for more than twice the price.
According to TMZ, the 11-bedroom, 11 bathroom property is located near the Beverly Hills Hotel and features a tennis court, pool and stone fountain.
It is unclear if Bruce - who also owns a smaller home on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles - is planning to buy another property after selling his Beverly Hills estate.
The 58-year-old actor - who has three grown-up daughters with first spouse Demi Moore - welcomed daughter Mabel Ray, with second wife Emma Heming last year and revealed he and Emma are happiest when they are at home playing with the tot.
He said: ''We're just trying to make her laugh all the time. It's great.''
Bruce recently explained he feels more mature now and has learnt not to worry about trivial things in his life.
He said: ''I have changed as a man, physically and... we'll leave spirituality out of it. But maturity? Am I much more mature? I don't know. I still tell the same jokes! I still do mostly the same things. I'm much more gentle with the people in my life and I'm much more tranquil. Things don't bother me as much anymore as they used to.''