The Napa, Calif., estate of late actor and comedian Robin Williams has sold for $18.1 million in an all-cash deal.
Four years after it first listed for sale, the Napa, Calif., estate of late actor and comedian Robin Williams has sold for $18.1 million in an all-cash deal.
The 640-acre property, called Villa Sorriso for “villa of smiles,” returned to market two years ago for $29.9 million and was more recently listed at $22.9 million.
The sprawling estate, built for the comic more than a decade ago, centers on a limestone-clad mansion of nearly 20,000 square feet.
Features include a two-story entry with a rotunda and bell tower, a billiards room, an oak-paneled library, a 12-seat home theater and three safe rooms. An elevator services each of the home’s three floors.
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Climate-controlled cellars provide storage for artwork and wine.
In all, there are five bedrooms and 10 bathrooms in the main house. A caretaker’s house adds four bedrooms.
A 65-foot-long infinity-edge swimming pool, a tennis court, lawns and rolling gardens make up the mansion grounds.
Elsewhere on the property are more than 18 acres of producing vineyards, hiking and horse riding trails, mature olive trees and a spring-fed pond. A nine-stall horse barn is among the equestrian facilities.
Williams, who died in August 2014 at 63, rose to fame on the sitcom “Mork & Mindy” (1977-82). Among his films are “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1987), “Dead Poets Society” (1989) and “Good Will Hunting” (1997), for which he won an Oscar for his supporting role.