She’s selling Bruce Willis’ country home for $7.5 million — and now she’s putting herself on the market.
Top New York City realtor Ann Cutbill Lenane is advertising her unique wares as a potential second wife in a hilarious 30-second TV commercial, titled “A Man for Ann,” airing now on Taxi TV.
In the ad, the glamorous singleton spells out her bona fides — and her deal-breakers.
“I have managed to sell billions of dollars worth of New York real estate, but the one thing I haven’t been able to do is find a wonderful, single, divorced dad to remarry,” says Lenane. “You would think it’s easy, but it’s not!
“So if you’re a gentleman with a kind and generous soul and you love your mother — but you still don’t live with her — and can appreciate a 56-year-old fit and fabulous woman, feel free to give me a call.”
Speaking to The Post, the mother of two stresses that her suitors must have a sense of humor.
“If you take yourself too seriously, you are not the man for me,” she says. “After all, this ad is very funny.”
Enlarge ImageAnn Cutbill Lenane is taking it to the streets to find a love connection.Brian Zak/NY Post
Her perfect man would be “emotionally, physically and financially healthy” and “a good human being.” Preferably, she says, he would be divorced, because “typically that is someone who ‘gets it’ in terms of what it takes to be in a relationship.”
Lenane, who got divorced herself 15 years ago, spent $5,000 on the fast-paced cab promotion.
She says her daughters, 18 and 19, are taken aback by her bold move — but the broker doesn’t give a hoot.
”I’ve gotten to the age where I don’t care what other people think,” she says. “ I’m 56, so any day above ground is a good day.”
The blond businesswoman, who has made cameo appearances on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of New York,” is one of Douglas Elliman’s leading real estate brokers.
She holds the listing for Willis’ multi-residence compound in Bedford Corners, NY. The sprawling property boasts 12 bedrooms, a 50-foot-long swimming pool and tennis courts.
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