Robin Williams and his ex-wife Marsha’s longtime San Francisco home has hit the market for $25 million.
The property, represented by Compass realty, was originally built in 1926 and renovated by Robin and Marsha. The three-story property has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and is considered “Sea Cliff’s crown jewel,” according to the listing.
According to Compass, Marsha is looking to downsize now that her children with the late comedian are out of the house.
“Marsha and Robin Williams took the house from scratch and rebuilt it in the early 1990s, overhauling all the major plans,” said listing agent Steven Mavromihalis.
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“They expanded this home to 10,598 square meters on three levels. However, they went to great lengths to preserve the rare and valuable building materials used in 1926, which are no longer found in modern home construction,” he concluded.
The home has views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge and is completely private. Williams’ home is walled, gated and approximately 17,149 square feet. The home is divided into three floors and is described as an “Italian Renaissance Style Villa.”
“A century of dedication, craftsmanship, and pride in craftsmanship is evident in every architectural detail, including wide oak planks, intricately carved wood paneled doors, hand-crafted tile, beautiful built-in cabinetry, magnificent crown molding, and a beamed ceiling featuring a beautiful patterned coffered ceiling above the staircase. medium,” the list says.
The home has a media room, private library, and whiskey room with double French doors that open to the garden. The kitchen is eat-in style with a butler’s pantry nearby.
The primary suite has panoramic water views that include the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge. Four additional bedrooms with two full bathrooms and a home office complete the home’s upper level.
The garden level, or main floor, has a guest apartment with its own entrance, a full fitness center with its own bathroom and sauna, a wine cellar, pantry and cloakroom.
Throughout the house there are multiple “safe rooms,” according to the listing. There is also a full-sized, ventilated basement built into the home.
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Williams’ home has a four-car garage with “extensive closet storage.”
Robin and Marsha tied the knot in 1989 before divorcing in 2010. Marsha was the late comedian’s second wife, and the former had a daughter, Zelda, and a son, Cody. He first said “I do” to Valerie Velardi in 1978 and the couple were together for 10 years before ending their union in 1988. They had a son, Zak.
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Robin married for the third time in 2011 to Susan Schneider. The couple was together until his death in 2014. He was 63 years old.