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Hurry Up and Buy Robin Williams's Napa Mansion
Scott Lucas | Photo: Courtesy Curbed SF | April 18, 2014
It's only $29.9 million!
Fresh off the reports that he may yet appear in a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire (Our suggested titles: For a Few Doubtfires More. The Doubtfire Supremacy. A Good Day to Doubt Fire) Robin Williams is back in the news again.
This time, he's selling his Napa Valley mansion. And just like a supernatural board game that transports you to a realm of magic and wonder, the adventure can be yours—for only $30 million dollars.
Well, $29.9 million, to be exact. Williams's property, named Villa Sorriso, had been on the market in 2012, but failed to sell at a price of $35 million. But, like Peter Pan returning to Neverland, it's back, if not quite as valuable this time around.
Curbed SF has all the details: 20,000 square feet. Twelve toilets. A 65-foot long Infinity swimming pool. A bell tower. A movie theater that seats 12 people. A tennis court. Vineyards. Cows. Amazing views.
Phenomenal cosmic powers! Itty bitty living space!