Nicholas Cage’s San Fransisco home is back on the market just two short years after the actor sold it. The actor lived in the home, located in San Fransisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood, from 2006 to 2008. After purchasing the home for just $7.7 million in 2017, the new owners are now selling it for an impressive $10.95 million. Take a look at this impressive and unique property and see just why it’s worth the price.
The Russian Hill neighborhood offers something for everyone. It has gardens, boutiques and a delightful assortment of restaurants. The neighborhood is very walkable and is also accessible by streetcar.
There is a tremendous spread of possibilities when it comes to housing in Russian Hill. From turn-of-the-century backyard cottages to lush million-dollar homes to hilltop town houses and condos with mind-blowing bay views, there is something for all sensibilities.
The architectural influences in Russian Hill reach back to classic form – from Spanish Colonial to Mission Revival to Italianate, Arts and Crafts and beyond. –898 Francisco Street
The architecture firm Ward & Blohme built the home in 1914 for just $30,000 for Armenian sculptor Haig Patigian. Ward & Blohme also designed Machinery Hall and San Fransisco’s new firehouses after the city’s disastrous earthquake in 1906.
Patigan himself designed the decorative façade panels for the home. He also created the John Pershing statue in Golden Gate Park.
Tudor Inspired Architecture
The six bedroom, six bathroom home sits atop a gentle slope that gives it commanding views. From the home, you can easily see Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay, Ghirardelli Square, Sausalito, Mt. Tamalpais, Tiburon, Belvedere Island, Angel Island, and the Aquatic Park.
The sellers are offering the adjacent lot for a mere 3 million dollars as an add-on to the purchase of Nicholas Cage’s San Francisco Home.The four-story home, memorialized in Evgeny Lushpin’s “Evening Journey”, is architecturally magnificent and has been well maintained, retaining much of its original rich and intricate period detail and charm.
Enter through the Gothic-style stone archway and be greeted by a welcoming foyer and grand staircase. On this floor there is also a powder room, a library with a woodburning fireplace, a formal classic dining room with beautiful leaded-glass windows and original wood detail, and an elegant living room featuring a large woodburning fireplace and windows with big views of the bay.
The spacious eat-in kitchen offers sweeping views of the north bay…as well as direct indoor access to the two-car garage.
The San Francisco home of Nicholas Cage has interiors that offer both classic style and comfortable family living.
The second level offers a view master suite with two dressing rooms and large bathroom, a second ensuite bedroom and bathroom, and a third ensuite bedroom and bathroom offering jaw-dropping North Bay views spanning from the Marin Headlands to the Oakland Hills.
A linen closet and mirrored wet bar complete this floor. The third floor has two large charming ensuite bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and generous closet space.
Finally, the lower level offers a large family room, a gym/bonus room, a wine cellar and a sixth bedroom and bathroom.
The backyard of Nicholas Cage’s San Francisco home is overflowing with mature plants as well as formal gardens. Stone benches offer up space to stop and enjoy the serenity of this urban retreat.
Nicholas Cage purchased countless estates over the years. It is easy to see why this gorgeous Russian Hill home caught his eye. You might even see yourself living in this San Francisco home of Nicholas Cage.