Actor Nicolas Cage’s former San Francisco property does not register as a national treasure, but it can be a Bay Area. The 898 Francisco Street dwelling has just been released to $ 10.95 million and a $ 3 million contiguous 40×60 meter Hyde Street vacant land when purchased together. Compass tutarta Mark Allan Levinson maintains a list of previously sold properties in 2017.

The interesting Academy Award winner lived in this great Tudor Revival estate in the Russian Hill district of the city, known for its majestic landscapes, tiny parks, steep slope gardens, hairpin turns and classic architecture (Tudor, Spanish Exploitation, Mission Revival, Italian, Art and Art). Handicrafts). The cage doesn’t live anywhere. Their houses were often bleeding with historical distinctions.

Cage reported that it paid $ 9.4 million in 2006 for home, but in July 2008 it cost $ 7.7 million. The reason would soon be apparent.

Perched on the northern slope of the neighborhood on Francisco Street (called Russian Hill’s b Gold Coast e) and two blocks from Lombard Street’s famous zigzag drive, the six-bedroom, six-bathed house has a high view of the Golden Gate Bridge. In a field, Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay and beyond – Benjamin Franklin Gates (Cage’s National Treasure character) will appreciate cultural places.

The estate was built in 1914 for the Armenian sculptor Haig Patigian, for the building of new fire brigades built by the architectural firm Ward & Blohme, Machinery Hall and San Francisco’s devastating earthquake of 1906. Patigian, the sculptor of the John Pershing statue of Golden Gate Park, designed decorative façade panels for the house with a manicured garden-style back yard and a façade of 60 meters along Francisco Street.

The four-storey residence preserves the architectural charm of the period, especially its impressive Gothic-inspired entrance (a stone arch decorated with a cross and forged iron passage), decorative leaded glass windows, and original wooden details.

The large dining area kitchen provides access to a two-garage garage and offers views of Ghirardelli Square, Sausalito, Mount Tamalpais, Tiburon, Belvedere Island, Angel Island and the Aquatic Park with its large picture windows.

The second level has three en-suite bedrooms and a bathroom, including one with two dressing rooms, completely made of wooden walls.

The third ensuite bedroom and bathroom offer views of the north from the Bay extending from Marin Headlands to the Oakland Hills.

This level also has a mirrored wet bar and a laundry cabinet. The third floor has two large master bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and large closets. The lower floor has a large family room, gym, wine cellar and sixth bedroom and full bathroom.

Source: Forbes

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