For Sale: Nicolas Cage’s Historic, San Francisco Victorian House
The famous mansion, once home to Werner Erhard's EST movement, has a $12 million price tag.
1945 Franklin Street is the San Francisco Victorian mansion that has played home to both Nicolas Cage and the pop psychology EST movement, and it could be yours for $12 million, reports Town & Country. Having just undergone a three-year renovation, 1945 Franklin is ready for another owner to add a new chapter to its bizarre history.
In addition to self-help guru Werner Erhard and Cage owning the house in the ‘70s and ‘90s respectively, in 1981 Stephen Hawking gave his famous black hole presentation in the attic, which today is the bedroom below.Open Homes Photography for Joel Goodrich
As you may expect, the mansion is not short on amenities. There’s a 2,000-bottle wine cellar.Open Homes Photography for Joel Goodrich
The home also includes a 25-foot waterfall, which is just one eye-popping feature of the outdoor seating area.Open Homes Photography for Joel Goodrich
The only thing more impressive than the size of the kitchen is the effect achieved by the room’s gorgeous stained-glass windows.Open Homes Photography for Joel Goodrich
From a young age Cage, apparently wanted an opulent mansion similar to what his famous uncle, Academy Award-winning director Francis Ford Coppola, owned. So, in 1989, early on in his stardom, Cage fulfilled that dream by purchasing 1945 Franklin. Now a new owner will have the pleasure of entering their own name onto the list of storied residents.
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