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 V
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.