Robin Williams’ former San Francisco home is now on the market for $25 million, offering an intriguing option for fans of the late comedian and actor.
According to Architectural Digest, the six-bedroom estate boasts unique features like a speakeasy-style hidden bar and a loggia with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The property is listed with Steven Mavromihalis of Compass, who disclosed that Williams and his former partner, Marsha, significantly renovated the home in the early 1990s.
The couple expanded the property to its current size of 984sq m spread over three levels.
While doing so, they made an effort to retain the original building materials from its 1926 construction, materials that are now hard to come by.
In true Robin Williams style, the home contains whimsical elements, such as a hidden passage between the children’s bedrooms.
Metal iguana and turtle figures also adorn the home’s exterior, offering a playful alternative to conventional gargoyles.
The Italian Renaissance-style home welcomes visitors with stone columns and intricate details, including smiling masks and Art Nouveau-inspired motifs.
The interior features beamed ceilings and French doors in the living area, as well as a large fireplace with a grand grey mantel.
An open kitchen and dining area are lit by pendant lighting, enhancing a large central island.
Notable amenities include a Japanese-inspired bathroom with a raised soaking tub in the primary bedroom suite.
Additionally, a library and media room offer outdoor access through French doors.
The property also includes a wine cellar, multiple storage rooms, and a separate one-bedroom apartment with its own entrance.
Robin Williams, born in Chicago, was celebrated for both his comedic and dramatic roles, including an Oscar-winning performance in the 1997 film Good Will Hunting.