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Some of Hollywood's biggest hitters are looking east.

According to real estate website, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have upgraded from one multi-million dollar home to another one in the affluent Bedford community in New York.

On the heels of Catherine selling her home near the New York-Connecticut border for $7.5 million, the recently-reconciled couple have purchased an $11.25 million home in the same area.

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As one would suspect, the couple's new digs are nothing short of sensational. The eight-bedroom, 13.5-bathroom palatial home sits on an estate that has includes a 4-stall barn and space for equestrian activities. The sprawling home also includes a gym, spa, two indoor pools and a sauna and steam room.

Aside from the 15,458 square foot home, the couple can also spend time at their tennis court or greenhouse.

"The interior has been renovated, mixing sleek, new appliances with historic moldings and woodwork," Zillow said.

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But the Oscar-winning couple aren't the only famous new residents in the community. Bruce Willis has also dropped about $12 million on two properties in the area -- first purchasing a home, and later scooping up an 8-acre plot of land highlighted by an antique home and two renovated guest cottages.

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The main home, however, is a sight for sore eyes. With 360-degree views overlooking a reservoir and the Hudson Highlands mountains, the 8,000 square foot abode features a 1,500-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, gardens and a swimming pool with a heated cabana and outdoor shower. All in all, the "Die Hard" actor now has over 22 new acres to his name.