In San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, a cool $12 million will buy you a national treasure of sorts: the onetime home of Nicolas Cage.
Cage bought the house in 1989 and owned it for roughly 13 years, records show. Since then, the 118-year-old estate has taken on a fresh new look.
Intricate molding and coffered ceilings pair with animal-themed stained glass windows – one depicts a tiger, another an octopus – in the three-story floor plan. Within nearly 7,000 square feet, there’s a living room, a double-island kitchen, a wine cellar, a theater room, five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
A geometrically busy ceiling tops the master suite, which...