Comedy Legend Robin Williams’ Bay Area Abode Finds a Buyer
Despite the difficulties he lived with, Robin Williams was a man known for inspiring joy in all those who saw him perform on-screen and off. Now, his beloved Bay Area home where he sadly died in 2014 can do the same for a new owner. After listing almost a year ago for $7.25 million and getting a price chop in August to $5.995 million, the late actor and comedian’s address just sold last week for $5.35 million.
Views of the San Francisco Bay flow through the home, which sits on the Tiburon Peninsula in Paradise Cay, imbuing an air of tranquility. San Francisco itself lies just under an hour’s drive away, and with it all of the excitement and culture and lights and food, but the abode enjoys an easy level of quiet. Spanning 6,157 square feet, the floor plan makes the most of its proximity to the water—wide open spaces and generously-portioned windows ensure one can catch a glimpse of blue from almost anywhere inside. A pool and hot tub outside then blend with the horizon.
Olive trees and rose bushes surround the contemporary Mediterranean-style home, with the rustic terracotta and ceramic tile at the entry heightening this transporting effect. A peaceful place for Williams’ legacy to live on and for a new owner to make a home.
Penny Wright-Mulligan and Haley Wright of Compass held the listing.