A few weeks ago, Bruce Willis’s brother/producer listed his Paul Williams-designed house in Miracle Mile and now it looks like Bruce has also caught sell-off fever. He’s listed his 1928 house in Benedict Canyon, which he’s owned since 2004, reports the Real Estalker. The house comes with 11 bedrooms (five in the main house and six apparently elsewhere), 11 bathrooms in 10,379 square feet, a tennis court, a “state of the art screening room,” an interior courtyard, a tennis court, and “all the modern conveniences one could desire” on nearly an acre. (Willis, for the record, also owns a smallish ranch off Mulholland.) He paid $9 million for the house and is now selling for $22 million.

[source: curbed.com]

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