Nicolas Cage Mansion Foreclosed, Up for Sale with No Bidders

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Apr 11, 2010 • References: &
The opulent Nicolas Cage mansion has been foreclosed and was put up for auction, but there were no takers at the $10.4 million asking price. The luxury property was built in 1940 for $110,000. Dean Martin added a 2,500-square-foot entertainment complex with 35 theater seats in 1974. Tom Jones was also once an owner.

Located in Bel Air, Los Angeles, the two-story English brick Tudor style home went on the auction block earlier this week. Since there was no sale, Citibank will now take possession of the credit-crunched Nicolas Cage mansion in the hope that they can recover funds loaned by selling it. Stats for Luxury Home Auction Fails Trending: Older & Warm
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