Nicolas Cage is leaving Bel-Air. The actor has put his home on the market for $19.75 million.
He bought the seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom spread eight years ago for a mere $7 million.
The 11,000-square-foot Tudor-style home sits on an acre just above Sunset Blvd. It has a two-story entrance, a front yard fountain, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a two-bedroom guest house.
Singer Tom Jones owned the home for 20 years before Cage, and before that it belonged to crooner Dean Martin
Cage has been trying to sell the home off and on since 2006 when it was listed at $35 million and this isn’t Cage’s only price cut.