Nicolas Cage selling haunted house

Nicolas Cage New Orleans homeNicolas Cage has just listed his 13,176 square foot, six bath, six bedroom New Orleans home for $3.7 million. He now has three houses on the market — could he possibly be in need of some quick cash? The actor, whose National Treasure paycheck was a cool $20 million, recently sold his yacht for $7.7 million, but with the current economic crisis, this is an incredibly bad time to sell real estate. In addition to the New Orleans home, Cage has listed his house in Rhode Island, which sits on over 27 acres of land and includes views of the Atlantic ocean. He bought the 12 bedroom house last year for $15.7 million (current asking price: $15.9 million) and another in Bel Air (now going for $30 million). According to contactmusic.com, the New Orleans house at 2523 Prytania Street, which was once owned by Interview with a Vampire author Anne Rice, is haunted.

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  1. Sonny • October 31, 2008 @ 10:52 AM

    Cage is the most overpaid actor around.

  2. Nancy • October 31, 2008 @ 11:30 AM

    I love his acting!

  3. Jo-Anne • October 31, 2008 @ 7:43 PM

    agree, Sonny
    remember Captain Whatever blah blah Blah Mandolin piece of crap
    cringe….

  4. Demigod • November 1, 2008 @ 12:02 AM

    They’re all overpaid.

  5. Cheyenne Miller • November 2, 2008 @ 3:12 PM

    You know what just cause an actor needs some quick cash dosent mean that hes so rich he has bills like all of us and a family to go for to. So what if he is one of the most payed actors dosent mean that could need some money and look at what movies hes given us to watch its the movies that has given him the money and if you think of it he gives us the movies and we give him a home to sleep in.

  6. even Obama likes the Cosmos Rocks! • November 3, 2008 @ 2:09 PM

    »Spooky!Oooh!…

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