Bruce Willis listed his largest home, a Spanish-style estate in Beverly Hills, for $22 million.

The actor bought the 11-bedroom, 11 bathroom property in June 2004 for $9 million and the estate sits on almost a full acre of land.

Built in 1928, the 10,379 sq ft house is located near the Beverly Hills Hotel and has a media and music room, chef's kitchen and formal library. The grounds include a tennis court and pool, stone fountain, cabana and outdoor kitchen. The decor of the house includes exposed beams and a wine-colored interior. The property previously belonged to producer Alan Ladd Jr.

View photos of Willis' home here.

Willis owns other properties in the Southern California area, including a 2,900 sq ft ranch-style home off Mulholland Drive.

The actor has two places in New York City, including an apartment on Central Park West he bought in March for $8.85 million, and another in the Trump Place that he listed in February for $11.65 million. The property has apparently not yet been sold.

Willis is said to split his time between the two coasts, depending on his work schedule.

The action star is most well known for his Die Hard franchise and will star in Red 2, which is scheduled for release in July. The cast also includes Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Helen Mirren and Mary-Louise Parker. The film, directed by Dean Parisot, reunites retired black-ops CIA agent Frank Moses and his team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device.

Willis is set to start filming Expiration in March 2014. In the film, he plays a poisoned hit man seeking an 11th-hour antidote to save his own life.