“Die Hard” star Bruce Willis has agreed to purchase a duplex overlooking Central Park in New York City for just under $17 million. Willis is buying the residence from Wesley Edens, one of the owners of the Milwaukee Bucks.

So, what does $17 million get in the heart of New York City? Let’s start with 6,000 square feet of living space on the 4th floor, five bedrooms, 80 feet of park frontage and easy access to all that New York’s Upper West Side has to offer (who doesn’t like a three minute walk to the Museum of Natural History?).

The home features custom woodwork throughout, high ceilings, a designer kitchen, oodles of closet space, and a library.

Willis previously had homes in the El Dorado (which he sold last year) and the Trump Place on Riverside Drive.

In addition to the “Die Hard” films, Willis has starred in “Pulp Fiction,” “Sin City,” “Red,” ‘The Sixth Sense” and “Armageddon.” His films have grossed over $3 billion in North America.

Here’s a look at his new Central Park home.

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