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Inside Bruce Willis' Log-Cabin Compound in Ski Country

Bruce Willis has a lot going on these days: yesterday he and wife Emma welcomed baby girl Mabel Ray into the world, and despite the fact that he sold his NYC condo a year ago, he still has a few tasty real estate morsels stewing in the pot. In November, Willis put his 8,400-square-foot estate in Sun Valley, Idaho, on the market for $15M. That listing will be in good company, apparently: the actor just put his other Sun Valley, Idaho estate—a trio of log cabins he had built in the city of Ketchum in the '90s—on the market for $4M. According to the Wall Street Journal, although the compound was designed as a vacation home, the megastar doesn't have time to visit—you see, he's "been busy lately shooting films around the world." Someone with a less glamorous lifestyle might appreciate the comely houses, which offer a total of six bedroom and six baths and a "rustic look" offset by, say, the stainless steel kitchen or the rain-head showers. It's also worth noting that one can rent Willis' villa in Turks and Caicos and has an Idaho nightclub on the market as well.

· Bruce Willis Lists Lakefront Idaho Property For $4 Million [WSJ]
· 100 Pettit Lake, Ketchum, Idaho [Sun Valley Sotheby's International Realty]