34. NICOLAS CAGE | $10.95 MILLION, SAN FRANCISCO | 1959 FERRARI 250 GT LWB CALIFORNIA SPYDER
The National Treasure actor Nicolas Cage had a treasure in San Francisco. He owned a grand Tudor Revival estate originally built in 1914 for renowned sculptor Haig Patigian. The house spans 6,305 square feet and consists of six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a manicured garden-style backyard, a grand foyer, a cozy library with a fireplace, hardwood flooring, a powder room, and a living room with two Gothic-inspired chandeliers. Cage reportedly scooped up $9.4 million for the property in 2006 but sold it at $10.95 million in 2017.
Aside from historic residences, the actor also accumulated a collection of rare, classic cars. Apparently, he favors Italian brands. One of his vehicles is the 1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder. The unit was specially crafted for drivers who prefer a fast sports car. The car company manufactured only 51 versions, and the actor was fortunate to own number 34.