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Robin Williams

Napa, CA

Most Known For

The late, great actor and comedian brought smiles to millions of people through his iconic roles, which include "Mork and Mindy," "Mrs. Doubtfire," and "Good Will Hunting."

Home Stats

9 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, 20,000 square feet, pool, vineyards



Trulia Property Listing

The funnyman's house still needs a homeowner.

The Napa, CA, estate belonging to the late, great Robin Williams is still seeking a buyer.

Appropriately named “Villa Sorriso,” which means “House of Smiles,” the massive estate was owned by a man who brought smiles to the faces of millions of people in his lifetime via his iconic roles in Mork & Mindy, Mrs. Doubtfire, Good Will Hunting, and other entertainments.

Listed for $29.9 million, Villa Sorriso is situated atop the Mayacamas Mountains between Northern California’s world-famous Napa and Sonoma Valleys on approximately 653 acres. The property borders Sugarloaf Ridge Park, allowing access to thousands of adjoining acres.

The property features a 20,000-square-foot main residence, a 3,200-square-foot guest house, a seven-stall horse barn, tennis court, hiking/riding trails, a spring-fed pond, 100+ olive oil–producing trees, and approximately 18.4 acres of vineyards producing cabernet sauvignon/merlot/cabernet franc wines, with existing winery contracts.

The main residence was built in 2003 from Portuguese limestone and includes five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, five half baths, a library, theater, family room, elevator, climate-controlled cellars for wine/art, three safe rooms, and smart-house technology.

Exterior features include a private tower and bridge, 65-foot infinity pool, manicured lawns, and sculpture gardens.

Villa Sorriso is located at the end of a road, making it easily accessible yet private. For those seeking a getaway, the home is close to Yountville, CA, and is a very quick helicopter ride from Napa’s private airport.

Williams first attempted to sell the estate for $35 million in 2012.