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While A Good Day to Die Hard may not be gaining popularity with the critics, Bruce Willis is having a good week after purchasing a new Central Park West home.
According to Monsters and Critics, the $8 million apartment formerly belonged to U2 bassist Adam Clayton and went on the market last October.
While Monsters and Critics reports that Willis already owns two mansions in Beverly Hills, as well as a home in Idaho, the actor now boasts a spacious three-bedroom, four-bath with views of Central Park from three rooms.
Located in the El Dorado building, according to the Norwalk Reflector, his new abode, which he shares with wife Emma Heming-Willis, is not far from where he lived with his ex-wife Demi Moore.
AOL Real Estate, states that the home was originally two units that was converted by Clayton. Describing it as an “art deco gem,” AOL Real Estate claims that the pre-war apartment has a living room and formal dining room, as well as a gourmet kitchen complete with slate countertops.