Robin Williams was one of the most respected and and appreciated actors of all time, right up until his untimely and tragic death in 2014. From the early days of Mork & Mindy in the 70s through Good Morning, Vietnam and Dead Poets Society in the 80s, then Ms. Doubtfire, Jumanji, and What Dreams May Come in the 90s, all the way into the second decade of the millennium, Williams was a prolific actor deserving of every award and accolade he received.
Williams left behind an impressive six-bedroom / 6.5 bathroom San Francisco home. Purchased in 2008 for just over $4 million, the actor lived in the home until his death. The 6,500 sq ft house was put on the market in November 2019 for $7.25 million. As of this writing, the asking price has dropped to $5.995 million; over a $1M discount.
The Mediterranean home sits on a double lot in Paradise Cay on the Tiburon peninsula and front the moment you walk through the front door, you’re greeted with an expansive view of the San Francisco Bay.
Moving through the house reveals some pretty amazing features. The expansive living room includes a fireplace and that same incredible bay view:
The wood-paneled den is equally impressive and includes its own fireplace:
The modern kitchen, which of course also looks out on the bay, includes a island with gas range:
The final view of said picturesque bay comes from the back yard, which includes a swimming pool that itself features an illuminated sculpture:
This is an amazing residence, by any standard. If you happen to be in the Bay Area market with a $6M budget, this could very well be your future home. Be sure to check Realty.com for real estate information in your area.