The lakefront property of the late actor and comedian Robin Williams. In northern California went on the market on Tuesday for a price of $7.25 million.
The Mediterranean-style home was held by the “actor who played Mrs. Doubtfire” from 2008 till his passing at the age of 63 in 2014. It is situate in the Paradise Cay neighborhood on the Tiburon Peninsula, about 15 miles from San Francisco.
Williams used a trust called Domus Dulcis Domus, which means “home sweet home” in Latin, to pay a little over $4 million for the one-story building. According to records with PropertyShark, the ownership of the house change in 2015 from Williams’ trust to one connect to his widow, Susan Williams.
Firstly, the six-bedroom home, which was constructe in 1987 and is a little over 6,500 square feet, “is define both by peaceful luxury and ease of family living,” according to the listing with Penny Wright-Mulligan and Haley Wright of the Wright Mulligan Team at Compass.
Secondly, The open floor plan in the listing images features several living spaces and floor to ceiling windows with views of the San Francisco Bay.
Thirdly, A large master suite and an office with wood paneling and a fireplace are also include.
The deck and pool area outside “create an ideal indoor/outdoor living environment, More Then according to a statement from Ms. Wright-Mulligan.
She stated that future residents would be able to “hit a bucket of biodegradable balls into the Bay from custom made golf platforms” or “grab kayaks and paddle boards.
It was impossible to contact Ms. Williams for comment.
Williams started his stand-up comedy career in the middle of the 1970s and achieved renown for his role as the alien Mork in the TV sitcom “Mork & Mindy.” For his work in “Good Will Hunting” (1997), he was honor with an Oscar.