Nicolas Cage’s San Francisco Home
Just 10 years ago, Hollywood counted Nicolas Cage amongst its highest paid actors. In fact, in 2009, he earned an impressive $40 million! During that time, he was quite the real estate investor, owning some of the world’s most eclectic luxury homes. This San Francisco home is a notable piece of that collection. Built in 1914 for Armenian sculptor Haig Patigian, this historic celebrity real estate is now for sale at $10.95 million. (Image credit: Open Homes Photography)
A Penchant for Real Estate
In the 1990’s, Nicolas Cage starred in a long string of blockbuster hits like Moonstruck and Peggy Sue Got Married. Moreover, Leaving Las Vegas earned the star an Oscar in 1996. By the early 2000’s, he invested millions of his movie star dollars into his real estate holdings. His collection included a waterfront home in Newport Beach, a country estate in Newport, Rhode Island, a Las Vegas mansion, a 1928 castle in Los Angeles and the LaLaurie mansion in New Orleans. According to Cage, LaLaurie is “the most haunted house in America.” Two European castles and an island in the Bahamas also make up his real estate portfolio. But a jewel of the actor’s collection is this iconic San Francisco historic home which sits high on Francisco Street.
An Iconic San Francisco Home
The large Tudor Revival home was built at a time when the neighborhood was rebounding after many of the ritzy homes were destroyed by the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. Sitting high on Russian Hill, the home certainly has a spectacular view of San Francisco Bay. Just two blocks from the zigzagged Lombard Street, nearby parks and some of the city’s most stunning mansions, this San Francisco home is in the perfect location for leisurely scenic strolls.
Open Living Spaces
Within, the 6,305 square feet of living space spans four floors. The open and airy main floor includes a large foyer, formal living and dining rooms, library, powder room and an eat-in kitchen that offers access to the two-car garage. The second and third level feature ensuite guest rooms and the spacious master retreat. This suite has two dressing rooms, a large bath, linen closet and mirrored wet bar. The lowest floor has a large family room, a gym, wine cellar and a sixth bedroom and bath. Indeed, architectural details abound in this historic property including much of the original millwork, leaded and stained glass and wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and library.
Nicolas Cage’s former San Francisco home is for sale, priced at $10.95 million. The adjacent 40×60 ft lot is also available which, if purchased with the home, is on offer for $3 million. The listing agent is Mark Alan Levinson of Compass Realty, San Francisco, California.
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