More real estate news from Nicolas Cage
. Various sources have reported that the real estate loving action star is selling his £5 million home
on the edge of Bath, England. This Is Bath says
that Cage will be in Bath on November 26 to switch on the city's Christmas lights but will be putting the 18th century Midford Castle on the market. The article says that Cage still plans to be in the area on a regular basis. The castle is a Grade One-listed building and has seven bedrooms. He brought the property, which includes two cottages, a ruined chapel and 58 acres of land.
The castle was built by card player Henry Disney Roebuck in the late 1700s. Legend has it that the castle's unique three-sided footprint was designed to match the ace of clubs. It was in serious disrepair when Michael and Isabel Briggs bought it in 1961 for just £15,000 and spent 45 years restoring the home.