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Nicolas Cage: The Oscar Winner’s Luxury Property Portfolio

by Marquette Turner

in Features, Rich & Famous

It’s surprising that Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage has time to act in movies given the prolific nature of his property dealings. Spread across the USA, Caribbean, and the UK, he currently seems to be selling more than he’s buying, so we thought we’d list and display the portfolio as we understand it.


LOCATION: Prytania Street, New Orleans, Louisiana USA

DESCRIPTION: The most superlative of Garden District mansions, this 13,176 square feet, has 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms. There is plenty of room for a large family and big-time entertainment venue with formal gardens, parking, and everything anyone could possibly want in a most grand of grand, star-quality home. It is currently on the market for $3.45 million USD.


LOCATION: Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana USA

DESCRIPTION: This mansion was originally built for French royalty. Called “The LaLaurie Mansion” and known for its ghostly history, it is 10,284 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, and on the market for $3.55 million USD.


LOCATION: Exuma Island Chain, Bahamas, Caribbean

DESCRIPTION: This exceptional private island on 45 acres was purchased for $7 million USD. It is easily accessed, located between Lee Stocking Island and Norman’s Pond Cay and near to all amenities. It enjoys beautiful beaches on the northeast side, a sandy beach with a well-protected cove on the western tip, and glistening crystalline waters. Excellent fishing and sheltered anchorage.


LOCATION: Spanish Heights Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada USA

DESCRIPTION: Spread over 14,306 square feet, this property is located in a gated community and is currently on the market for $9.4 million USD. It has 7 bedrooms, 5 full and 3 half bathrooms. On the three levels of living and entertaining, the property boasts a mater suite with steam, sauna and a jetted tub with a water fountain, as well as a 16 car garage to a master and a private views over the mountains.


LOCATION: Gray Craig Road, Middletown, Rhode Island USA

DESCRIPTION: A 26.77 acre estate on the market with an asking price of $15,900,000 USD, owned for just a year, was built in the 1920’s of stone and textured brink and called Gray Craig. The house spreads over four floors and is 24,664 square feet, and has 12 bedrooms, 10 full and 3 half bathrooms.


He is also selling his brick built and ivy covered home on Copa de Oro Road in Bel Air, California which has seen its price slashed from $35 million USD to $19.75 million USD.


LOCATION: Midford, Bath, Somerset, England

DESCRIPTION: An exceptional and unique small Country Estate with a magnificent Grade I Listed 18th Century castle. 2 Cottages, pasure and woodlands in all 58,6 acres. 3 Reception Rooms, 7 bedrooms, extensive Lower ground Floor, Garages and Stores. 2 Cottages. Gothic Orangery and further traditional outbuildings. Chapel Ruins and former Priory. Parkland, Grassland and Woodland. It was purchased for approximately $7.3 million USD.

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LOCATION: Bath, Somerset, UK

DESCRIPTION: A four-storey Georgian townhouse is located on a graceful and curving street called The Circus. It has nearly 9,000 square feet of space including an indoor swimming pool in the basement.


He also own luxury real estate in San Francisco, and two high floor apartments in New York City’s Olympic Tower on one of the most expensive parts of Fifth Avenue.


In 2008 Mr Cage sold his waterfront house in Newport Beach, California as well as a 28-room castle in Bavaria, Germany.

So how much time does he get to spend in each of them, we wonder?!

Simon Turner

Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

chris April 29, 2009 at 9:16 pm

Wow – simply spectacular.

chris April 29, 2009 at 9:16 pm

Wow – simply spectacular.

chris April 30, 2009 at 7:16 am

Wow – simply spectacular.

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