Robin Williams’ Napa Valley Estate Selling For $25.9 Million
It’s fitting that the Napa Valley estate of the beloved late comedian Robin Williams is named Villa Sorriso, which means “House of Smiles.”
The film and TV icon purchased the Northern California property—on a lush 653-acre spread in the Mayacamas Mountains—in 2003. He lived there until his death earlier this year; the property now is offered at $25.9 million.
Presented by Joyce Rey, the extraordinary 20,000-square-foot main house is constructed of Portuguese limestone. Outfitted with smart-home technology, it has five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, five half bathrooms, a library, a professional home theater, climate-controlled rooms for art and wine—and three safe rooms.
Additional luxuries include a private tower with a majestic bridge as its access point, a 65-foot infinity edge pool, lushly landscaped and manicured grounds, sculpture gardens, a seven-stall horse barn, tennis courts, hiking and riding trails, a spring-fed pond and olive groves—and 18.4 acres of vineyards that produce Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes.
Located at the end of a private road, the estate offers a life of intimacy and exclusivity while still providing easy access to the city of Napa itself and the surrounding wine region.
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