Like Dakota over at Curbed LA
, I've got a weakness for the home Nicolas Cage is trying to sell in Bel Air, California. This vintage Tudor is classic old Hollywood and was once home to both Dean Martin and Tom Jones. Cage purchased the home in 1998 from Jones for $6.469 million and has been trying to sell the home off and on since 2006 when it was listed at $35 million. The seven-bedroom home is on an acre of land and has over 11,000 square feet of space. It's ridiculously, deliciously grand with a large theater, game room, wine cellar and rooms of truly epic scale. It is now listed at $19.75 million.
This isn't Cage's only price cut. The Las Vegas home he put on the market last summer has had a more modest price chop down to $9.49 million
. It was listed at $9.95 million when it was our estate of the day.
His Rhode Island home, which we covered back in October
, remains at $15.9 million.