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Actor Bruce Willis just dropped the price of his lodge in Hailey, ID, to $7,050,000 -- less than half the original asking price. It's just the latest in a series of five dramatic price cuts over the past four years.
We shared the details of this stellar home in 2011, when it hit the market for $15 million. If you didn't catch it the first time around, welcome to the party, pal! It's time to hop into the way-back machine and tour upscale lodge life.
Remodeled by Willis in 2003, the 8,403-square-foot home has a rustic, hunting lodge feel with a log-and-stone faade and shingle roof. The massive entryway has two sets of ornate wood double-doors and enough space to greet a small army simultaneously.
Inside, there's a sunken living room with wood pillars, built-in bookshelves, and a large rock fireplace flanked by cathedral-style windows that reach up to the ceiling and provide impressive views of the surrounding woods.
In the kitchen, the dark wood cabinetry, steel-gray countertops, and wrought-iron hardware have a charming cabin feel, but this isn't your typical weekend rental. The kitchen has two Sub-Zero refrigerators, a Viking six-burner stove with double ovens, and two dishwashers. Off the kitchen there's a breakfast nook with lake views.
Measuring in at 2,200 square feet, the master suite is larger than many houses. It features built-in bookshelves, a gas fireplace, and two private, heated balconies. The master bathroom offers a jetted tub and a separate shower large enough to live in.
And then there's the closest -- with built-in mirrors, drawers, storage cubicles, hanging racks, and enough space to turn the corner -- which could be mistaken for a small boutique.
The property was also designed for privacy. Sitting on 20 acres of wooded land, the backyard offers mountain views aplenty, private ponds, and a custom-built pool with a slide and waterfall.
Willis originally put his place on the market after realizing he wasn't able to spend much time there, according to The Wall Street Journal. That's no surprise, given that the 60-year-old Willis is one of the busiest actors in the biz. He's had roles in 12 films since 2012.
We're not sure why the home hasn't sold yet, but we're betting there's a die-hard fan out there just waiting to scoop up this dream lodge. Yippee ki-yay!
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