Robin Williams’ Beautiful Bay Area Home Is Up for Sale

It seems like just yesterday the world was reeling from the unexpected loss of beloved actor and comedian Robin Williams in 2014, and with this listing, those feelings may all come rushing back. The Bay Area waterfront home the star loved, and where he sadly passed away, is now up for sale asking $7.25 million.

Situated on Paradise Cay’s Tiburon Peninsula, the contemporary Mediterranean-style abode is just a hop away from the heart of San Francisco and many recognizable filming locations for ‘Mrs. Doubtfire.’ Though it is nice and close to the city, the 6,517-square-feet home with airy open spaces is all about the water. Bay views abound from every room and these true blue vistas are always the star thanks to simple, bright white interiors. Out of the home’s six bedrooms, the master suite is especially luxurious offering its own study and glass doors that lead directly out to the expansive patio and sleek pool.

Despite there being many lavish homes for sale in the San Francisco area, this home that caught Robin Williams’ attention back in 2008 certainly did so for a reason. For anyone who entertains, it is an absolute dream inside and out. Top resorts would be jealous of the location, with the line blurring between home and bay to create an atmosphere perfect for quiet relaxation or the glitziest of affairs.

Penny Wright-Mulligan and Haley Wright of Compass have the listing, which Mansion Global reports is currently in the hands of Williams’ widow.