Film director Nick Cassavetes, known for such films as “The Notebook,” “My Sister’s Keeper,” “John Q,” and “Alpha Dog” among others, has decided to sell his Los Angeles home.
Cassavetes comes from a Hollywood family, his mother being actress Gena Rowlands and his father being Greek-American actor and film director, John Cassavetes. So he grew up in the Los Angeles area and in the business, and his home, is a testament to LA living.
The home on 2067 Hercules Drive in Los Angeles has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and over 4,300 square feet, sitting on a lot that is over 20,000 square feet. It is located along the cliffs of the Hollywood Hills in the Mt. Olympus neighborhood, giving unobstructed views of of the city.
The price tag for the home is $4,799,000. If looking to live the dream, the listing agent for the property is Linn Renee Sivertsen (310 383 9221).