A six bedroom house in Marin County (20 minutes north of San Francisco) that was the home of the late comedian and actor Robin Williams has been put up for sale, SFGate reports. It's being listed with an asking price of $7.25 million, and even if it hadn't been home to a legend of American comedy, the luxurious yet tasteful home located in the exclusive, small community of Paradise Cay would be a real estate treasure, with gorgeous views of the surrounding San Francisco Bay.
Here's how the house, built back in 1987 and reported to be currently owned by Williams's widow Susan Williams, is described in its official listing:
"Perched on the San Francisco Bay and set on a double lot with open water views throughout, this single level, 6bd/6.5ba Contemporary Mediterranean home is defined both by peaceful luxury and ease of family living. Ample living areas, sprawling master suite with abundant luxuries, and large en-suite bedrooms ensure everyone has plenty of space. Open to the whole back of the home, with direct access to the Bay, the spacious deck and pool area create an ideal indoor / outdoor living environment."
The house, as impressive as it is, feels modest compared to some celebrity megamansions out there, with more of an expansive family home vibe than any super-deluxe amenities or features. But with its six and a half bathrooms, open floor plan in the main living area, spacious master suite, handsome kitchen, study area, and media room complete with 65-inch flatscreen TV, it's got plenty to interest potential buyers. And you can take a good look at the home in the video below, from New Revolution Media:
Williams began his career in show business in San Francisco area comedy clubs back in the mid-1970s and never cut his ties to the city through the end of his life in 2014.