Bruce Willis’s Former Beachfront Escape in Turks & Caicos Lists for $37.5M

Three years after Bruce Willis unloaded his incredible Turks and Caicos compound for $27 million—a notable discount from the $33 million he originally hoped for—it is back on the market. This time asking $37.5 million, the price bump maybe be a result of a recent renovation. In 2020, the beachfront paradise’s main house got a total redesign.

Ever lush, the Caribbean property doesn’t leave much wanting. Perhaps that’s because Bruce Willis not only long owned this retreat, but created it. According to Architectural Digest, the movie star purchased the 7.37-acre land in 2000 and the compound was complete in 2004.

Part of the Parrot Cay resort, the beach compound really feels more like an exclusive resort of its own. It consists of a main house flanked by two guest villas. Each of these three buildings boasts a pool of its own, their respective poolsides connected by an 18,000-square-foot exterior deck. There’s even an extra pool, because why not?

All clad in hardwood, the homes total 13,500 square feet of interior space between them. When counting exterior spaces beneath roofs, that number climbs to 18,000 square feet. The interiors count 12 bedrooms and 14.5 bathrooms.

Willis’s sale of the home back in 2019 came amidst a busy period of real estate trading for the actor. He and wife Emma Heming also scooped up a Brentwood mansion for $9.8 million, sold one Manhattan pad, picked up another, and sold their Bedford home.

To steal away to this island home like Willis and his family once did, Nina Siegenthaler and Joe Zahm of Sotheby’s International Real Estate have the listing. According to the Wall Street Journal, billionaires Mark and Robyn Jones of Goosehead Insurance are the sellers.