Via Curbed LA: Nicolas Cage has a very expensive habit: buying lavish homes. Unfortunately, he has been unable to keep them. Following the recent sale of his Bel Air Mansion--which was in foreclosure-- his former Los Feliz Gothic home (also owned by the bank) is now up for sale. According to Los Angeles Magazine, the house was gutted by fire more than a decade ago, but later renovated with Cage's style in mind. Now, stripped of Cage's original décor (think stenciled hardwood floors and purple velvet fabric on the walls), this 1928 home on Tryon Road is on the market for $1.249 million.
The private and secluded castle-like home features wood-paneled walls, a wine room, and a circular library. It also has spectacular views of downtown LA.
Photos by Phil Missig, courtesy of the official listing with Prudential California Realty.