Nicolas cage loses his property because of the crisis

Nicolas cage loses his property because of the crisisNicolas cage was forced to sell his castle of the XI century in Bavaria. The actor, whose mother is originally from Germany, bought it in 2006.Then Nicholas paid 1.6 million pounds, clearly realizing that he will have to pay twice as much for its restoration.Medieval castle Nigstein is located on a picturesque hill, with its walls offer great views of the surrounding forests and meadows. Castle with an area of 9.7 square feet has 28 rooms, ten of which - bedrooms and five bathrooms, according to The Telegraph.But I saw your castle actor only once, visiting him in 2008. "He didn't have time to love him with all my heart," said the local mayor.Nicolas cage has always been a renowned collector of real estate. The nephew of legendary Hollywood Director Francis Ford Coppola throughout his distinguished career, bought homes, estates and mansions.As you know, the castle in Germany is not the only property with which cage plans to leave. The actor put up for sale most of their houses and estates. Including several mansions in New Orleans, a private island in the Bahamas and your gorgeous home in Beverly hills in Hollywood.But the property at the actor even after the sale of these houses and the island will remain not so little. He has two castles in the UK, both located in the city of bath. One of them is especially dear to the cage. Midford castle was built in the XVIII century in the Gothic style. Source: Nicolas cage loses his property because of the crisis.

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