We Vidello Productions takes a look at 15 expensive things owned by Millionaire Nicolas Cage including his lifestyle and net worth.
15. Gulfstream Jet
Acting in different locations all over the world means that Nicolas cage needs to get around fast and he easily accomplishes that feat with his Gulfstream Jet.
This luxury flying vehicle can cross 7,301 nautical miles in just over 14 hours and is powered by enhanced Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines.
Inside this plane, you can expect to find a large conference room, compact kitchen, and mini-bar with onboard staff able to provide meals and drinks whenever the passengers request them.
At a cost of $30 Million dollars, it’s no surprise that you can usually find Cage flying private.
14. San Francisco Home
This vintage style mansion is located in the city of San Francisco at 898 Francisco Street and many of the rooms feature open beam ceilings.
The house has a fully re-designed kitchen with a granite breakfast bar, two stoves, and two split sinks.
Other features inside this home include a grand staircase, carved wooden arches, ladies and gentlemen’s dressing rooms, and a private study.
It’s thought that Nicolas Cage spent over $9 million dollars buying this property and is certainly is one home that stands out among the rest in its neighborhood.
13. Leaf Cay Island
Owning a private island has become quite a thing for the rich and famous these days and Nicolas Cage is no exception.
While this island is now for sale its thought that Cage was developing the island into a luxury living pad, complete with hotel, marina, mini solar power plant, hotel, and a massive mansion.
Rumors suggest that Nicolas Cage purchased the island for around $3 Million dollars, and considering he’s either selling or sold it for over $7 million dollars, it was a worthwhile investment at the time.
12. Tilham Barn Home
Its been revealed that even though Cage bought this property for close to $1.3 million dollars, he never even came to view it for fear that it sits on a supernatural line.
Located in the village of Baltonsborough, Somerset, this home is spread over an area of nearly two acres.
The home has 5 bedrooms, one of which includes a walk-in wardrobe, staff quarters and marvelous oak flooring.
11. Midford Castle
Currently considered as one of the best property’s that Nicolas Cage has ever owned, this castle-turned home is located in the village of Midford, which is in the parish of Southstoke, 3 miles south of Bath, Somerset, England.
Cage reportedly bought the property for $5 million dollars before selling it in 2009.
The property features a massive 28 rooms, is spread over 395 acres of land and comes with its own private security.
There’s 3 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms an extensive lower ground floor, multiple garages and stores, and 2-holiday cottages.
10. Sarita Luxury Yacht
While this yacht is now sold, it was part of a 4 Yacht collection that Nicolas Cage splashed out on a few years back.
Featuring an onboard Jacuzzi and lower deck open restaurant this yacht is perfect for those weekend getaways.
The yacht has been fully re-designed including the bridge, interior bedrooms, lounge, and study.
Rumors suggest that Cage paid in excess of $20 million dollars for this Yacht
9. Spanish Heights Drive
Located In Las Vegas Nevada, this property has to be one of the nicest on this list.
Cage purchased the property for around $4.5 million dollars however it has now been sold.
Built on 3 levels, some of the internal features of Cage’s former pad include marble flooring, 16 car garage, infinity lap pool, 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, professional movie theatre, commercial elevator, game room basement and a magnificent 2,000 sq feet master suite with large closet and spa bath.
8. Lamborghini Miura SVJ
This car has some history. Cage purchased it from a seller in Iran and it comes with a V12 engine under the hood and a 440 bhp power capacity.
It was designed to test out possible modifications to improve the stable handling, engine oiling and build quality with such cars.
Nicolas Cage paid close to $500,000 for the car and its not currently clear whether he still owns it
7. LaLaurie Mansion
Its dubbed as one of the most haunted houses in America and the LaLaurie Mansion sure does have a gruesome past.
The house is located at 1140 Royal Street and covers an area of over 10,000 square feet with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms.
Nicolas Cage purchased the property in 2007 for a collective sum of £3.45 million dollars and was then listed for sale due to financial problems.
Mahogany railed staircases run throughout the property and its long history has seen it used as a public school, a bar, and a furniture store.
If you want to be put off ever buying this house in the future then take a close look at what greets you at the entrance…a picture of Satan.
6. Ferrari Enzo
You don’t see many of these cars on our lists and that’s because there are not many of these cars kicking about.
The Enzo is one luxurious vehicle that everyone would like to own and the car was developed in 2002 and named after its founder.
Specs include a top speed of 218mph and if the cost of $3 million dollars is not enough to put you off then good luck finding one, as only 399 were ever made.
5. Prytania Street
Nicolas Cage’s Prytania Street home is located in New Orleans and is currently up for sale or sold with an asking price of $3.45 million dollars.
The estate is spread over 13,000 square feet and has 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms and the house has some amazing formal gardens.
To the back of the house is a fabulous patio with a grand swimming pool and a marvelous New Orleans style balcony.
One of the best parts of this house is the dining room which can seat a whopping 32 people.
4. Rolls Royce Collection
One of Nicolas Cage’s spending sprees saw him buy a large collection of Rolls Royce cars that saw him blow $1.2 Million dollars.
While many of these cars are now sold some of the cars purchased include a Rolls Royce Phantom, Rolls Royce Ghost, and a Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe.
Let us know down in the comments section below if you know any of the other Rolls Royce cars in his past collection.
3. Classic Car Collection
If Rolls Royce cars are not your thing then maybe this massive collection of classic cars once owned by Cage is.
Some of the cars in this collection included a 1955 Jaguar D-Type, Lamborghini Miura SVJ which we have already covered, a 1989 Porsche Sportster and a 1973 Triumph Spitfire.
The current price for this collection is completely unknown and you can post down below what you think…you clearly don’t need to be reasonable.
2. Comic Book Collection
It’s been known for some time that Nicolas Cage is a huge fan of comic books and his collection was apparently vast.
Sold recently for a sum of $1.6 million dollars, this collection included the first appearances of Superman, Robin, and the Justice Society of America.
Along with his son Weston Cage he has apparently started a range of his own comic books called The Voodoo Child.
Another comic book series that the actor did well with was the Ghost Rider series that was based on the movie of the same name.
1. Dinosaur Skull
Moving into number one and the slightly more weird side of this list, Nicolas Cage apparently purchased a pre-historic dinosaur skull for around $276,000 dollars.
Not only did he pay the ridiculous price for this artifact, he even outbid Hollywood star, Leonardo Di Caprio.
Its also been revealed that this is not the only dinosaur skull to have graced the actor’s collection with another being purchased for close to $600,000 dollars.
Nicolas Cage also owns or owned many other expensive things including a small zoo that he filled with his own personal animal collection, a range of designer sunglasses and a Prada suit.
He has also been noted to have spent millions supporting several charities including Oceana, Hillsides Education Center and Amnesty International.