The Pacific Heights Victorian from Mrs. Doubtfire Is on the Market for $4.45M
Maybe you missed out on the Full House house, but if your dream is to live in an iconic 90’s family home, you’ve got another chance. The home from Robin Williams’s 1993 flick Mrs. Doubtfire is on the market, reports Curbed. As then, it’s still the ultimate family residence with plenty of room for throwing a birthday party of epic proportions. Pacific Union’s Adam and Steven Gothelf represent the $4.45 million listing.
Located in Pacific Heights, the home is the quintessential San Francisco Victorian, with 4 bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms and 3,300 square feet of living space spread over three levels. The kitchen has been completely remodeled and now boasts high-end appliances, granite slab counters and a door to the patio, where there is a space for al fresco dining. Window-lined turrets make the whole home airy and light-filled, while classic Victorian details such as the inlaid wood flooring, custom millwork and wood-burning fireplace add charming touches.
3 ½ Bathrooms
3,300 sq. ft.
Contact: Adam and Steven Gothelf at Pacific Union, stevegothelf.com
The window-lined turret floods the home with light.
The kitchen has been recently remodeled and boasts granite slab countertops, an island and brand-new appliances.
The bright family dining room.
A wood-burning fireplace anchors the living room.
A peek at the master bedroom.